Dealing with a Critical Spirit

In Church, General Interest, Scripture, Testimonies on April 8, 2009 at 9:01 pm

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When situations don’t unfold the way you planned, or when someone doesn’t do what you think they should have, how do you respond? Are you gracious and kind, or do you struggle with the impulse to criticize? I think if we’re honest, most of us would admit that we too often give into a critical spirit.

This conversation with Pat Baker focuses on how to address this spiritual problem and get true victory. Pat’s article: “In Critical Condition” was published in the March/April 2009 edition of Discipleship Journal.

  1. This was a wonderful feature of a woman whom I know well. Pat truly has a heart for the Lord and has yeilded to God’s direction in all that she does. Critical spirits are the things that deter our relationships not only with each other, but most importantly our relationship with God. He still loves us in spite of ourselves, but it keeps us from being the people he has called us to be. Thanks for airing this feature with Pat Baker. She is a blessing.

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