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How to Stop Gossiping

How to Stop Gossiping

I’ve tried all kinds of things to try to keep myself from talking about others when I shouldn’t. Sometimes my methods worked. Other times I just kept yacking. And when gossiping with others, I mistakenly felt secure in thinking that the person I was talking to would not tell the little morsels to the person

Letting Go: Love Has Teeth

If you live with a prodigal, you know what it means to love someone. Love is a means of survival. Love is what gets you up each morning and inspires you to serve someone who acts like they hate you. Loving this way means duty, sacrifice, responsibility, and resilience. Many years back, an R&B icon

Love: No More Sloppy Agape

Romans 12:9–21 The love that Paul wishes to see in the Romans is one that works in holiness and right living. Thomas Watson, a Puritan, spoke to that point, “Faith deals with invisibles, but God hates that love which is invisible.” The rest of chapter 12 contains a number of injunctions to “deep, unaffected and

The Bitter Root

As the holiday season begins, we at Devotionals Daily thought it might be good to do a little preemptive heart check before we set the table, prepare meals, and plan visits with extended family and with friends. If there are painful messes, annoyances that have built up into grudges, or any upset feelings at all

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