When Tim returned from his first deployment, neither of us really knew what to expect. I couldn't grasp the severity of what he'd witnessed and experienced, I didn't understand why he was so tired all the time, and I didn't allow him the time necessary to adapt back to "normal life." With instruction from the study When War Comes Home, I feel more prepared this time to gently reintegrate our family. My plan is to interact with Tim in a Christ-like manner, focusing on kindness and compassion. So, when my thoughts or actions shift into that selfish, prideful gear (as they often do), I'll recite this verse to get me back in the right heart-space.
How can Ephesians 4:32 help YOU this week? Or, what other piece of scripture will you memorize that is applicable to how you need God to work in your life over the next seven days?