Intervening in our loved ones life delaying or shielding them from consequences may not actually bless them.
Protecting them from hurt and not enabling is a fine line.
You're delaying their healing by protecting them from feeling pain. God disciplines us via consequences.
As a father myself, initially I'm going to intervene with my own wisdom and instruction and then my own discipline. But let's say that's not working and my son is in jail for the second or third time. Would my bailing him out be a hinderance to him feeling the weight of consequences for his decisions?
Facing consequences is an opportunity for me to actually experience growth. It's an opportunity for my character change, evolve to get stronger, but when I'm spared consequences, guys, you take away my opportunity to become better. You take away my opportunity for life to teach me some lessons.
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