I agree with Thabiti Anyabwile, we do tend to act and look like the Dilbert cartoon below.  And confession time – I’m particularly bad, not so much in my professional life, but certainly at home.

We are exhorted in James to be slow to speak and quick to listen, (James 1:19).  How can we put this into practice today?  What are some things you have done to improve in this area?

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