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  1. said:

    This is good, Grayson, and a very practical way of looking at the things that are wrong in our lives…that we repair the small things first before they become bigger things. I've left some broken windows in disrepair in my life and now I'm in the process of having to repair the entire house. It's hard work. It would have been easier to deal with it at the onset.

    February 16, 2012
    • aparchedsoul said:

      That's a hard truth to swallow, too. I've guilty of leaving the broken windows around me all the time. It's something I have to constantly bring to my own attention. The good news it that no matter what shape the house is in, it can always be rebuilt.

      March 8, 2012
  2. said:

    I really like the passage in Song of Solomon which says "Take care of the small foxes which destroy the harvest." It's often the small areas if left unchecked that can ruin a life.

    This is a very interesting theory and I agree with it. Great post.

    February 18, 2012
    • aparchedsoul said:

      Hey, thanks Dan!

      That's a great piece of scripture, I wish I had seen that before writing this! Thanks for sharing that. I'm glad you enjoyed the post.

      March 8, 2012

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