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Sometimes you need to be quiet
•When you are going to be dishonest (lie, bend the truth, deceive, obfuscate the truth, smokescreen, etc.) ; (“these things the Lord hates”) ; ;
•When you are going to make a commitment you can’t or shouldn’t keep cf.
•When you haven’t thought things through ; ;
•When you haven’t thought things through ; ;
March 11, 2018
Todd Baker, Pastor
•When you are going to be hurtful or harsh ; ;
When you are going to manipulate people ; ; ;
When you are going to manipulate people ; ; ;
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