What's up with the road signs? No, I'm not getting desperate for pictures.

I put these up because there's a street in my town that has both of these signs on it. Going east is the 35 mph sign. Going west is the 25 mph sign. Talk about confusing!! And, of course, which one do I want to follow? You guessed it! The 35 mph sign!

What happens to our kids when we're not consistent? First, they're confused. Which one do I follow? Secondly, they will most likely follow the one that is closer to the line of following the flesh.

Let's not be like these sign conflicts. Let's pray that the Lord will help us to be consistent (even when it's inconvenient).

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