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Dr. Michael D. Sedler

Author of When to Speak Up and When To Shut Up

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" Dr. Michael Sedler shows the verbal cues that lead ultimately to the blindness of deception. Using real-life examples and biblical truth (1) and spouses on how to build one another up by choosing life-giving words. A book that honestly and practically addresses the destructive power of gossip would be very helpful for Christians. Unfortunately (1) author (1) both Joyce and I felt defiled (1) both to those who speak and those who listen. But (1) Box 3 (2) but to find cleansing and freedom from the pollution they bring. Stop the Runaway Conversation gives suggestions to parents (1) but writes this book from his current role as a pastor. Sedler's discussion of gossip and criticism is so interwoven with the language of spiritual warfare that most readers (1) CHRISTIAN LIFE AND DISCIPLESHIP (1) Christian Living (9) Christianity (1) communication (6) contamination (1) conversation (2) ebook (5) even Christian readers (1) foolishness (1) General (1) goodreads20170515 (2) he paints a picture of dire consequences for all who fail to oppose such communication. COVER TYPE: Soft (1) identification (1) impurity and deception. Sedler wants to emphasize the critical role of the listener in such negative communication. But instead of arguing from common sense that only a listener has the opportunity to challenge destructive words (1) interpersonal communication (1) Interpersonal communication--Religious aspects (1) Kindle (14) kindle-freebie (2) leaders (1) Leadership (2) non-fiction (2) P5 (1) personal growth (1) public speaking (2) relationships (2) Sedler shows that every one of us is prone to gossip and murmuring. He illustrates the damage done by these evil reports (1) self-help (5) shelf (1) teachers (1) to-read (9) unclean and oppressed. We realized we had not cleansed ourselves after the meeting and it was very apparent to us that some of those spirits and oppressive tendencies had attached themselves to us." The structure of the book follows the regressive stages (1) will find it foreign. He describes the aftermath of a counseling session: "That night (1)
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