Gossip and the Gospel

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WinePress Publishing, 2004 - Religion - 151 pages
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The words of a gossip are like choice morsels... (Proverbs 18:8) We all know gossip is a sin, but gossip can also demonstrate that a church preaches the gospel. Every true church that belongs to Jesus will be gossiped about just as Jesus was labeled demonic and talked about. If we want the Holy Spirit to guide us to a church we should worship at, we must tune out the gossip in order to hear the voice of God. This book not only examines the sin of gossip and how it relates to the preaching of the gospel, but shows us how to refute it. From the Choice Morsel recipe, to an examination of bitter roots, this book exposes the sin of gossip and provides the reader with spiritual tools to survive tongues that drip deadly poison. A special dedication page allows you to fill in the name of someone you know who gossips. This will allow you to lovingly give it to them in hopes they will repent. For if we want to be perfect in Christ, we must tame the tongue. The words of a gossip are like choice morsels... (Proverbs 18:8)

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User Review  - tammyh - Christianbook.com

People love to gossip and many Christians don’t want to consider it a real, serious sin. Gossip isn’t just “talking” about someone; it involves slander and slurs, as well as the bitter roots that ... Read full review

Essential book for the modern Church

User Review  - Marcb0t - Christianbook.com

Gossip and the Gospel is all about exposing an epidemic in the Church. The world has their share of gossips, but shamefully the Church is chock full of it. This audio book scripturally dissects the ... Read full review


Chapter 1 World of Evil
Chapter 2 An Art form
Chapter 3 Slurs
Chapter 4 Poisoned Minds
Chapter 5 A False Witness
Chapter 6 Bitter Roots
Chapter 7 Betrayers and Parent Cursers
Chapter 8 Sinfully Rich Morsels
Chapter 9 Look in the Mirror
Chapter 10 What to Talk about
Chapter 11 When you are Slandered
Everything Said
Sinfully Rich Choice Morsels

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A native of Ohio, T. J. Williams is an undergraduate at Princeton University. This is his first novel.

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