As I thought about this aspect of love, certain instances and certain people I have observed came to mind. I would easily place these people in the "fickle" category. Apparently, whenever they are ready to return to the status quo, they will, regardless of whatever may have transpired during the last encounter.
I wondered what could possibly be going on in their mind for them to think everything is just okay, whenever they like, without so much as a clarification, explanation, caramel apple, something. Did they single-handedly delete that part of history? Or independently resolve any qualms the night before, while I was sleeping, no less. I guess so. My only justification was that: this particular section of the oft-quoted and inscribed "Love is" scripture reference must be one of their favorite passages, because they are surely taking advantage of it!
How pious of me! As if I have done not anything worthy of being recorded as wrong. As if I am not guilty of the same offense and even worse. As if.
And why do you look at the speck in your brother’s eye, but do not consider the plank in your own eye? Matthew 7:3Daily I do things, to others and God, that would leave me speechless and without sensible explanation at the judgment seat. For example, anytime I doubt the Lord’s leadership and miraculous power, it’s sin because anything done without faith is sin. See Romans 14:23. Additionally, if all my thoughts were transcribed, well, God please have mercy.
By God’s grace, these wrongs, that would otherwise be recorded if not for love, will decrease. Meanwhile, I need to change my perspective in my everyday analysis of what or who is really wrong. When considering what someone else does "wrong," I must weigh my faults greater. There’s always a plank in my eye and a speck in the other person’s eye, all the time, every time.
The "love keeps no record of wrongs" isn’t for “them,” it’s for me.