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  1. I really needed this today!! I have such a bad habit of speaking poorly about others. It had been a matter of daily prayer, began to get better, then I allowed life to get in the way and ceased praying about it. God used you to remind me to give it back over to Him. Thank you!

  2. I love you jesus, please make me a better human being, by being more patient to your word.

    Open my eyes, mind and ears Lord. I also want to listen and follow your will.

  3. Out of the mouth of babes!
    I have learned more from quiet people who don't talk about others than talkative people who criticize, complain, etc.
    This post is very touching because it is something I have been working on for a while. It takes much patience to work with others who still like to criticize and complain. I find that when people do talk poorly of others, I don't want to hear it anymore. It grates against me.
    Life is so short and there is always something good to think and say about others and situations.

  4. This reminds me of the little slave girl in 2Kings 5, through whom our SAVIOUR revealed to Naaman where he would be cured of his leprosy.

  5. It goes on to show how important it is to keep a low, humble profile if we want God to reach out to us and use us in a mighty way. I too have the disease (yes, it's a disease) that craves recognition and honor men give. I've been praying to God to take it away from me and give me instead the humility of Moses and Joshua (these servants of God are very humble.) We read their stories of how they fall down with their faces to the ground to worship God. As Laodiceans, we rarely even kneel (and even if we do, we often are standing up in our hearts, as someone said.) Lord help us!

  6. I trust that many of us have read your story, unfortunately, being critical of others is plaguing our congregation today. What is important now is that we recognize our mistakes and make that change in our lives so that we will receive the many blessings God has in store for us. Thank you that was awesome.


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