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People you should Never Quarrel

Quarrelling the maid that takes care of your house and nurses your baby when you’re at work is a very risky undertaking. She can choose to burn your house or poison you or kill your baby. If you have a driver or a security guard at your gate, treat him like a king. If you argue with the doctor who’s going to operate you or your loved one, you better go to another hospital.

Don’t fight the banker who lend you money. You have no idea what he goes through behind the scenes with his boss. His job is ever on the line with unrealistic targets on debt collection. It’s foolish to squabble with a cop. He doesn’t know you. There’s nothing personal and there must be a reason why he stopped you. Cops’ job puts their lives on the line and that’s why most of them are highly irritable.

Never argue with your college supervisor if you want to graduate. Don’t show them how much you know. Just take corrections as given even if you won’t implement them. It doesn’t make sense to do a post-graduate program indefinitely because of your weak temperaments. Besides, never look down on any teacher who taught you no matter their weaknesses. Honor them as long as you live.

Never fight with your boss. Because your boss has human weaknesses, God commands in Ephesians 6:5-8 that you serve your boss as though you were serving God. You have an option to leave that company. So long as you are in that company, you must submit to your boss. Never fight with your parents. Because they’re full of weaknesses, God commands us in Ephesians 6:1-3 to honor our parents.

Never argue with your pastor. Never gossip your spiritual leader. You have options. You can move to another church. You’ll never be blessed by the anointing you attack. But if s/he asks you for advice, give them respectfully. If you want it to go well with you and your family, never attack a man of God. Attack evil in the church and in the society. But don’t target a specific priest. Not even on social media.

Do not touch my anointed ones; do my prophets no harm (1 Chronicles 16:22 & Psalm 105:15).

Never call your president names – no matter his weaknesses. He is anointed by God to lead your country. The Bible warns in Romans 13:1-7 that whoever rebels against the national leaders is rebelling against God and will bring judgement on themselves. We can and we should correct them respectfully.


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