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Simply Say It

Sometimes we like to dress up our lives. We dress up the ideas that we pitch to others and we dress up our words in order that they might fit a certain expectation or so that they will have a better chance of being listened to. While I think that we can all agree that there is a time and a place for dressing things up, if we examine the primary purpose for dressing up, I think we will find that it is to make things sound better (or at least different) than they really are.
Dangerous Dress Ups     One area that is very dangerous to dress up is the way that we address sin in our lives. We often call the things we struggle with by more attractive names, excuse them by making them sound like cute parts of our personalities, or even justify them by giving them a purpose that is supposed to make the wrong that you are doing okay.
" I really have a tendency to lose my temper with her, she knows how to push all my buttons"

" I'm not being rude, I'm just blunt, but some…

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