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Getting right with people

June 3, 2015

This is for those who get wrong with people. When we get wrong with someone good, it does leave them disturbed, frustrated and angry, but the one who must clean up is not the one who is right, but the one who is wrong. You can’t wrong another and get eloquent: as in quote a proverb, the Sermon on the Mount or the beatitudes! No parent apologized who disciplined a child that did wrong, or a judge who convicted the guilty. If you did wrong, stop and do right. If you are guilty, own up and mend your ways.


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