Faulty Beliefs vs. Maturity

Faulty Beliefs vs. Maturity

I want to share this post with you all which was written by a fellow blogger, Pastor Joe Quatrone, Jr., whose posts I have been following for quite some time. It is an observation worth thinking about!

Joe Quatrone, Jr.

“WA-father-and-son-walking-007hen I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I put the ways of childhood behind me” (1 Cor. 13:11).

Have you ever walked into the living room on Christmas morning to find your husband sitting in the middle of the floor playing with a new train set? There is nothing wrong with a grown man or woman taking a few minutes out of an otherwise physically and emotionally taxing day to have fun. But it’s another matter altogether when an adult copes with the important matters of life from the emotional standpoint of a child.

If you are married to a fifty-year-old kid, who doesn’t know when it’s time to be the father or husband, after a while the cuteness of your husband’s antics are replaced by a growing resentment…

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About Mandy Bruscella

Mandy's Story: As a Registered Professional Nurse with Certification in a number of specialties including home care, I was afforded the opportunity of working closely with various Social Service Agencies in NY and NJ. ~ A lifelong Christian, I was ordained as a Presbyterian deacon in 1993 and, after relocating to SC in 2000, elected to become ordained as a non-denominational minister. ~ I established "MandysPath" Ministry in 2011. "MandysPath" Ministry is a member of Pacific Life Church, El Sobrante, CA, network of ministries. ~ I direct an outreach ministry in an alternative setting, providing spiritual care to a congregation of more than 500 people from around the world via the Internet. ~ As part of this outreach, I write a daily faith based blog. In March, 2012 I was asked to become a board member of Heroes For Children which is a non-profit foundation, established to assists the Guardian ad Litem program of Horry County, SC. Guardians ad Litem are a group of court appointed advocates who represent the best interests of children in Family Court proceedings involving allegations of abuse or neglect. Working closely with these men and women who make a difference in the lives of children, I completed training and have been sworn in to serve as a Guardian ad Litem for the state of South Carolina . ~ I have been married since 1975 to a wonderful man, Daniel. I have a son Daniel and his wife Melissa who live in NYC. My daughter Sabrina and my grandson Landon live here in SC. ~ My father Harold continues to share his wisdom with me and is responsible for many of the ideas I write about!

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