Sunday, February 19, 2012

You Will Never Be Sorry For . . .

Living a white life.
Hearing before judging.
Being candid and frank.
Thinking before speaking.
Harboring clean thoughts.
Discounting the talebearer.
Standing by your principles.
Stopping your ears to gossip.
Asking pardon when in error.
Being as courteous as a duke.
The influence of high motives.
Bridling a slanderous tongue.
Being generous with an enemy.
Being square in business deals.
Sympathizing with the oppressed.
Giving an unfortunate fellow a lift.
Being patient with cranky neighbors.
Promptness in keeping promises.
Putting the best possible construction upon the doings of others.

Copied from the September 7, 1917, issue of Florida Baptist Witness

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