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The Anatomy of a Foolish Argument

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But not for Betty. For her you can say whatever you want and change what God is saying at your whim. My job is to correct in love and move on before a foolish argument can fester. I had become much better with this of late but this serves to remind me how quickly the flesh can rise up. Speak the truth in love and move on. Remember what manner of spirit you are beloved. I know I will keep trying until Jesus takes me home.

Reverend Anthony Wade -- October 29, 2018

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