Let’s say I find myself in a gathering for example, a family morning devotion where God’s Word is watered down. Am I supposed to chip in comments even when I know it would most likely lead to arguments?

The fact that you see a fault does not necessarily mean you have the authority or wisdom to bring about correction.

Most of the time, we correct just to display our seemingly “superior knowledge”. Many of us still lack the spiritual stature needed to turn hearts from error.

Most times the best and only thing we are required to do when we spot such an issue is to PRAY. The Lord may then inspire us to voice out concerning the issue if we have the requisite meekness and spirituality (Gal 6:1).

But more often than not, the Lord would require that you pray.

We should also give more heed to the manner of life we command everywhere we go.

According to James 3:13 – Who is a wise man and endued with knowledge among you? Let him show out of a good conversation his works with meekness of wisdom.

This way we will be a blessing to our family and show forth the glory of God through our manner of life.

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