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Comfortable Criticism

I was driving home from work, pondering what I’d write for this last post on constructive criticism. I passed my usual flock of sheep, and they had an unusual look–shorn, clipped . . . naked. That’s how I feel after … Continue reading

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Old Constructive Criticism

    Sometimes old advice is the best.   “We often learn more of God under the rod that strikes us than under the staff that comforts us.“ Puritan Stephen Charnock, 1628-1680 No one said it was easy, even back … Continue reading

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The Discipline of Wisdom

  Proverbs 19:20 (NIV) Listen to advice and accept discipline, and at the end you will be counted among the wise.    Really, God? Can’t I just skip over the discipline part and go straight to wise?  [sigh]    

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Critical Wisdom

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Drink Up Some Constructive Criticism

    How do you handle constructive criticism?   Smile on the outside, seethe on the inside I’ll take it under prayerful consideration Criticism? Can’t be. I’m never wrong! Consider these instructions from Paul relating to Communion: 1 Corinthians 11:28 … Continue reading

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