Don't Hang You're Dirty Laundry on the Line
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Dr. Aill R. Harris Jr., Pastor
You don't hang your dirty laundry. Facebook has become a clothes line for many people. There's an ethic to the idea of sharing things, you've got to know what things don't need to be aired out and who to share with if you do so. Some of us are immature and don't know what to put on the line.
HOW TO AVOID PUTTING YOUR DIETY LAUNDRY ON THE LINE:
I. Register Their Annoyance
- If you register what is annoying you may be able to practice some damage control.every now and then the destruction that is being caused is because we have not registered the problems.
II. Rank Your Allegiance
- The problem with many of us is that we don't know how to prioritize. Stay in your lane.
III. Relegate Some Authority
- Everything isn't meant for you to handle alone. It is better to let ten men do the work of one than to let one do the work of ten. Learn to delegate.
IV. Remind Them of the Austerity
- There are some things that people wouldn't have know if it hadn't been for you airing out your own dirty laundry. It is a strict discipline to keep your dirty laundry in the inside.
The biggest enemy in some of our lives is our past, because we have failed to realizes that God has delivered us from it.
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