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Do we mind our own Affairs? (John 21:15-25)

Tom RestonTom Reston, September 19, 2021
Part of the Characteristics of Discipleship series, preached at a Sunday Evening service

But some may genuinely question this in their own mind, saying," Hang on Tom. You are always impressing upon us from Scripture that we should all be caring, sensitive people, always alert for signs that we can step in and help someone who needs to know more about Jesus, or just simply needs help" Very true. But, do we allow the wisdom of God to influence everything we do. Is it God's will we obey?
Are we always helping people or are we sometimes just interfering in somebody else's life? There is a difference and it is a fine line in between that we have to tread.

Tags: interfering, wisdom

About Tom Reston: After taking early retirement from the BBC, Tom became the full-time Pastor of South Tenerife Christian Fellowship for ten years. Tom is a member of DEC has since taken on the role of Itinerant Preacher travelling with his wife Eileen.
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