It’s not my fault — or is it?
The Women’s Ministry at my church is studying The Emotionally Healthy Woman by Geri Scazzero. As I accepted the assignment to teach chapter 5 “Quit Blaming” I knew it was a divine set-up.
From a spiritual standpoint, a funny thing happens on the way to deliverance. We get a good look at the Strong Deliverer, but we also get a good look at ourselves. As I prepared to teach the class, I saw how my tendency to blame was really self-pity on steroids.