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c -- thank you for your comment. Oh, it's so easy ...

2007-09-20T11:43:00.000-04:00

c -- thank you for your comment. Oh, it's so easy to slip into this judgemental way, isn't it? And yet I so want to be a conduit of grace.



Lord knows we have all been there. It wasn't but a...

2007-09-19T16:58:00.000-04:00

Lord knows we have all been there. It wasn't but a year ago I heard this song come over the radio ... I believe the name of it was THEY DON'T UNDERSTAND by Sawyer Brown. It put life in prespective and whenever I get that judgy, miss know it all atitude I think of that song!



Jenny -- I'm glad you're encouraged by this. I sha...

2007-09-12T06:52:00.000-04:00

Jenny -- I'm glad you're encouraged by this. I share openly because I know we all struggle, and we all need to grow. And anyone who's got it all figured out...well...maybe this isn't the best blog for them to be reading! ;-)



Ted -- we're all learning and growing! And we stru...

2007-09-12T06:50:00.000-04:00

Ted -- we're all learning and growing! And we struggle more than any of us care to admit.



mamatoo -- I want to live in such a state of grace...

2007-09-12T06:49:00.000-04:00

mamatoo -- I want to live in such a state of grace that it spills over onto everybody I meet. I am in such need myself, and yet I fall into this trap of pride over and over.



Good for you....teaching moments happen at many ag...

2007-09-11T19:23:00.000-04:00

Good for you....teaching moments happen at many ages (even when we are old enough to be the teacher). I'm amazed by your strength at sharing this powerful lesson, you've helped the rest of us a great deal. Thanks.



Llama Momma, Thanks so much for sharing that with ...

2007-09-11T17:52:00.000-04:00

Llama Momma, Thanks so much for sharing that with us. I need to be embarrassed with you, because I've done this more times than I'd want to say. But I am learning, I believe.



such good perspective. It reminds me that we don'...

2007-09-11T17:35:00.000-04:00

such good perspective. It reminds me that we don't need to give a child a label or disability in order to have compassion for his parent, either. How often have I been frustrated or smug, and how often have I needed the understanding grace of another parent? Your writing is well-timed.



Marmot Mom -- It does snowball. And the more we dw...

2007-09-11T10:54:00.000-04:00

Marmot Mom -- It does snowball. And the more we dwell on these things, and repeat them, the angrier we get. hmmm. Maybe that's why God gave us that verse...what is it? "Whatever things are of good report...think on these things." (Phil 4:8)

I'm glad this encouraged you today.



thanks, Georgia Mom. Yes. I am learning that "smug...

2007-09-11T10:52:00.000-04:00

thanks, Georgia Mom. Yes. I am learning that "smug" and "motherhood" should never be used in conjunction together. I have been on the other end of snap judgments too, and it is so hurtful. (It makes you want to wear a sign around your neck -- "Have mercy on me! We've been on the road for 9 hours!")



Wow. This is hugely convicting. I love nothing m...

2007-09-11T10:01:00.000-04:00

Wow. This is hugely convicting. I love nothing more than being God's little helper and pointing out everyone's stuff. The thing that stood out to me the most, reading this, was the way your thoughts snowballed. First it was annoyance, and then, bit by bit you moved up to a full-blown righeous indignation. How many times have I let that happen in my mind? Thanks for writing this. It was a good way to start my morning.



You are so right! I've sat in that same seat of ju...

2007-09-11T07:57:00.000-04:00

You are so right! I've sat in that same seat of judgment, only to be humbled later by my own ignorance. I have a neighbor and close friend with a child with mild autism. I know what she goes through on a daily basis. The struggle to help him fit in, the looks she gets from other Moms and how discouraged she feels when someone judges her Mothering abilites unfairly. I know she's a good Mom. I see her with her kids almost everday. I know the time, effort and energy she puts into her family. And yet, she still gets called out of church because of something her child did or she still finds herself apologizing his behavior. It's taught me to not judge so quickly and be more understanding. Not everyone has it as easy as I do and someday it could be me that needs an extra measure of grace from someone. Good posts!