[Insert tongue in cheek] I have never met Mr. Anonymous, but I sure would like to!
It appears to me that Mr. Anonymous is one of the wisest people in the world. He has an expert opinion about everything. And apparently he’s never wrong and never at fault for anything. [Remove tongue from cheek]
Have you ever received a letter or an email from Mr. or Mrs. Anonymous?
How do you respond when you get one of these letters? Does it make you angry? Defensive? Depressed? Do you feel like you need to defend yourself against this expert?
Personally, I think Mr. Anonymous is a coward, so I choose not to respond to anything that he says. Although that’s easy to say because I don’t even know who he is! So even if I did have something to say I would have no one to say it to.
Anyway you look at it, it’s frustrating!!
Here’s how King Hezekiah in the Bible chose to respond to a letter. Although the letter was not anonymous, the principle is still very good for us today:
Hezekiah received the letter from the messengers and read it. Then he went up to the temple of the Lord and spread it out before the Lord. and Hezekiah prayed to the Lord: “Give ear, O Lord, and hear; open Your eyes, O Lord, and see; listen to the words [he] has sent to insult the living God.” (2 Kings 19:14-16)
God knows who Mr. Anonymous is! And He is the only one who can justify you in Mr. Anonymous’ eyes.
So the next time you receive a letter from Mr. Anonymous, read it and allow God to show you anything in there that may be true. Then lay the letter before the Lord, and let God take it from there!
April 27, 2012 at 9:18 am
Letters from Annie Nome Us…… I really prefer a donation from her…..
Just sayin’ . Ha, ha, ha
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