Why is it when you see a crime scene where a robbery has taken place, the thief leaves the room in a shambles. Why don't they just grab the loot and leave? Why destroy the room...or the house?
Odd that in order to find the loot they tear everything apart. There are many thieves in life. They tear everything apart and leave lives in shambles and destroy the treasure. They destroy from the inside out...
Today, a big part of our culture is shallow relationships that don't have the quality of long term commitment. These shallow relationships, like a thief, steal comfort, joy, and long term happiness.
"We'll sing in the sunshine," sounds lovely, but "Into each life some rain must fall," doesn't bode well for that alliance. There must be a foundation.
It is foolish to paint rainbows around relationships, believing that imperfect people can create a perfect match without making adjustments.
Anger, strife, and malice are thieves that pull people apart. Bitterness eats away the tie that binds. What we put in our mind comes out in our life.
In life each person must give their 100% to the effort. Only perfect practice makes perfect— it needs to be 100% of the best that's in a person.
No friendship will survive a one-sided affair. Anyone that demands you give, but they don't reciprocate?That's a thief. They will steal your life and suck the heart right out of you. They never leave things better than they found them.
Like the meme says, "You can not expect to stay on the right path, if you are walking with the wrong people."
Sometimes you have to walk away...
Jeremiah 49:8 "Flee ye, turn back, dwell deep, O inhabitants of Dedan; for I will bring the calamity of Esau upon him, the time that I will visit him.
9) If grapegatherers come to thee, would they not leave some gleaning grapes? if thieves by night, they will destroy till they have enough."