What Are You Sowing? (November-20-2020)

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Friday, 20 November 2020 10:03

Rick Warren (November-20-2020) What Are You Sowing?.  If you're filled with Christ's love and his Spirit is living in you, then you're going to treat other people the way Jesus did—with respect and dignity.

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What Are You Sowing? (November-20-2020)
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  • Comment Link Claudia Muller Saturday, 21 November 2020 16:49 posted by Claudia Muller

    If you want to know more about someone who is interested in doing what is right, what is required in the Bible about respect for others, someone who always treat others with too much respect and dignity eventhoug when all she gets in return are disrespectful treatments and negativity. First, you need to talk to this person personally, to know him/ her, and not only listening to the people in the opposite side. Always, the opposition/ persecution side is not telling the truth about their persecutees.For them, they are strongly united. They are defending each other, they lie for each other, they have each other's back. No body can come between them to change their mind about their peers. But for some people like me it's different, because they are all alone. Anyone can say anything they want to say about them because they don't have no body to verify the truth and to reprimand the persecutors in their behalf. Therefore, they are always the under dogs. Please, try not to judge anyone by what other negative people are saying about them, behind their back, specially these days! Anyway, how can someone be so naive to trust everything formulated by the lying tongues of the hateful bullies?

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  • Comment Link Claudia Muller Saturday, 21 November 2020 16:13 posted by Claudia Muller

    If you want to know more about someone who is interested in doing what is right, what is required in the Bible, someone who always treat others with too much respect and dignity eventhoug when all she gets in return are disrespectful treatments and negativity. First, you need to talk to this person personally, to know him/ her, and not only listening to the people in the opposite side. Always, the opposition/ persecution's side is strongly united. They defend each other, they lie for each other, they have each other back. No body can come between them to change their mind about their peers. But for me it's different, because I am all alone. Anyone can say anything they want to say about me and don't have no body to reprimand them for all their false statements since day one. Please, try not to judge anyone by what other negative people are saying about them. Anyway, how can someone be so naive to trust everything formulated by the lying tongues of the hateful bullies?

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Rick Warren

Richard Duane "Rick" Warren (born January 28, 1954) is an American evangelical Christian pastor and author. He is the founder and senior pastor of Saddleback Church, an evangelical megachurch in Lake Forest, California, that is the eighth-largest church in the United States (including multi-site churches). He is also a bestselling author of many Christian books, including his guide to church ministry and evangelism, The Purpose Driven Church, ...