So much of life isn’t simply a matter of right or wrong.
Medications, sedatives, painkillers, doctors, hospitals, courtrooms, prisons, weapons, and armies, look different— as needed by us or someone we love.
We don’t have to walk down this road too far before coming to the hill on which Jesus was crucified. What does his torture and death tell us about the rightness of a Father who let our people do that to his Son?
Our Father apparently wanted us to know that none of us is simply “not quite right.” All of us, regardless of our real or imagined problems— need to know, and remember— that even wanting to kill our God (intentionally or unwittingly) could never keep him from loving us.
He remembered us in our weakness. His faithful love endures forever. Psalm 136:23