Let's take a look at the idiom I have for today:
Well, well, well... The question is: How many Polish football fans will turn their backs on our national football team after such a shattering loss? Today Poland has woken up with a terrible moral hangover and most people keep asking themselves the question: Why did we lose? Why?!
A few words from myself in this context :)
Obviously when someone turns his/her back on you, it doesn't feel good. It usually happens when either you hurt someone or that person proves not to be a genuine friend of yours (especially when you are in trouble and you counted on that person). What is even more surprising, when you turn your back on someone the feeling is also terrible or even worse.Ephesians 4:32 declares, “Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you.” Similarly, Colossians 3:13 proclaims, “Bear with each other and forgive whatever grievances you may have against one another. Forgive as the Lord forgave you.” These are the truths we should follow regardless of whether we are Christians or not. :)
Let's take a look at a bunch of examples from the Net:
- He said: “My wife turned her back on me. “I was left on my own so my...
- While I completely turned my back on God he never turned his back on me and he intervened and brought his life back to me and turned my life around.
- Even after she had turned her back on Me, I still tried to draw her by My spirit, but she would not listen.
- Steve answered curtly and turned his back on me.
- Kimberley was unhappy with what was shown on the programme and thought I'd gone against her and she turned her back on me.
- He turned his back on me as if I had mortally offended him...
- My God never turned his back on me and I knew he was watching over me.
Has anybody turned their back on you recently? Why? Have you ever turned your back on anyone? Why?
Looking forward to you posts! :)