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Moral Indifference

The current popular notion that judging others is in itself a sin leads to such inappropriate maxims as 'I'm okay and you're okay.' It ...


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Correction vs. Criticism

Expecting the precise scalpel of correction, we can get the blunt ax of criticism.


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Welcome Criticism

Get a friend to tell you your faults, or better still, welcome an enemy who will watch you keenly and sting you savagely. What a blessing such an irritating ...


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What We Don't Know Can Hurt

There is always one fact more in every life of which we know nothing, therefore Jesus says, "Judge not."


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My Log, Your Speck

I can truthfully say that I am slow to see the blemishes of fellow beings, being myself full of them. And, therefore, being in need of their charity, ...


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Better Bad than Stiff

It's worth noting that Jesus didn't condemn bad people. He condemned "stiff" people. We condemn the bad ones and affirm the stiff ones. ...


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Legalistic Strait Jacket

Nothing can choke the heart and soul out of walking with God like legalism. Rigidity is the most certain sign that the Disciplines have spoiled. The disciplined ...


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Intolerant Tolerance

Liberals are always for the inclusion of every possible point of view except those points of view that do not include every possible point of view.


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Damaging Criticism

A man who is continually criticized becomes good for nothing, the effect of criticism knocks all the gumption and power out of him.


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Easy Criticism

The business of finding fault is very easy, and that of doing better very difficult.


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