The most widely held theory was that the ship hit an iceberg, which opened a huge gash in the side of the liner. But an international team of divers and scientists used sound waves to probe the wreckage, buried in the mud under two-and-a-half miles of water. Their discovery? The damage was surprisingly small. Instead of the huge gash, they found six relatively narrow slits across the six watertight holds.
Small damage, invisible to most, can sink not only a great ship but a great man.
Every day we are presented with opportunities to choose the right way, stay faithful to our values, and build character.
Decide today to honor God.
Choose to make decisions that will build and bless, rather than tear down and hurt.
“Desire to live honorably in every way.” ----- Hebrews 13:18
“Those who honor me I will honor.” ----- I Samuel 2:30
Choosing to Remain Faithful,