It’s the steady and unnoticed drip that corrodes the foundation.
It’s the subtle stuff that shapes us. What’s imperceptible impacts us. It’s the little things that don’t seem like a big deal that last. Precisely because they seem little.
When we excuse something, because after-all, it’s only small, we often give refuge to an infectious virus that will destroy. Yes, it’s small. But it will kill. And it will be hard to seek out.
Don’t be ok with the unnoticed drip. Don’t give refuge to a virus.
Destroy what in you destroys. Kill sin.