|I’ll admit it: I like being right and sometimes (well, honestly, most times) when someone tells me I’m
not, it stings a little… okay, a lot.
When I was younger, I was known for my stubbornness and reluctance to apologize. But as I got
older, I discovered that behavior was sabotaging my relationships, which is why something Sarah
Jakes Roberts recently said got my attention.
I was scrolling through the Instagram page of the daughter of mega church pastor T.D. Jakes and
came across a bit of advice that convicted me to my core. Before noticing Sarah’s advice, I had
gotten into a huge argument with a close friend because she was honest about a decision I made
that wasn’t the most prudent. She felt I had mistreated someone, which I had.
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source: Yvette Charles // Spiritual
Put Your Pride A Side: Sarah Jakes Says Be Humble Enough To Admit When You’re Wrong was originally published on praisecleveland.com