July 25 / Proverbs 25 / Matthew 25


Proverbs 25:9

If you have an argument with your neighbor, don’t tell other people what was said.

There’s seeking wise counsel and then there’s venting, which inevitably turns into gossip, which damages relationship, and therefore, shalom.

Take this very seriously and handle with great care. You can save much damage being done in your friendships thru your prudence in this area. Prudence being: taking the time to think thru a situation, the actions available and their likely outcomes, then making the wise choice.

Matthew 25:45

Then the king will answer, “I tell you the truth, whatever you refused to do for even the least of people here, you refused to do for me.”

Don’t ever refuse to do good to someone who is presented to you. No matter who they are or where you’re at, do not refuse people.

Let people in when you’re driving.

Smile at everyone you talk to.

Encourage whoever is on your mind.

Forgive everything done to you.


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