Are You Correctable? – Proverbs 12:1

Are You Correctable?

Are you always right? Do you often think everyone else is wrong? This passage says if we hate correction, we’re stupid. From whom do you learn? Are there people who influence you? Does the Bible inform your actions? Do you listen to anyone other than yourself and the Holy Spirit? If you’re truly willing to be corrected, to learn from your mistakes, then you can avoid stupidity. Ask God to show you his correction for you, even when you learn it from coworkers or your boss, too!

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