Incorrigible is an ugly word. But the word accurately describes our human nature.
are a few of incorrigible’s associates.
Incorrigible arrogantly asks, “Lord is it me?” (Matthew 26: 25)
Fortunately God’s goodness trumps incorrigible.
God’s goodness doesn’t behave like my manipulation.
Occasionally I pretend I’m good ‘cause I want to get what I want to get.
God’s goodness includes these characteristics:
God’s goodness is also truthful and it answers incorrigible, “Yes, it is you.”
Still, God’s goodness does good and that’s why today is: Good Friday.
It’s a gift card for you (and me).