Mind your own business

The Sunday School class one Sunday morning was titled, “Mind Your Own Business.” 

The lesson was about gossip and tale bearing. 

The teacher said, “Be careful of the dirt you rake up, you never know what nasty things might take root.”

 The truth is, the things we dig up often takes root. Often times weeds grow in our garden because we till deep enought to to bring the seeds to the top and take root. 

Sometimes life is like that, especially when you dig in other peoples “garden.” That is why we need to mind our own business and not pry in the affairs of others. 

The Apostle Paul writes, “But as touching brotherly love ye need not that I write unto you: for ye yourselves are taught of God to love another. And indeed ye do it toward all brethern which are in all Macedonia: but we beseech ye brethern, that ye increase more and more. And that ye study and be quiet and to mind your own business and do the work with your own hands as we commanded you. (I Thessalonians 4:9-11)

The Rosebud News

251 Live Oak St
Marlin, TX 76661
Phone: (254) 883-2554
Fax:(254) 883-6553