How to Destroy a Fallen Brother

Christian Almanack

Look shy at him, speak harshly and unkindly; accuse, blame, criminate, and threaten. Speak ill of him in his absence. Lose sight of all his excellences, and magnify his faults.

Thou art in the boat. He has fallen overboard into the water, therefore don't push him with the oar, for he will only go farther from thee, or sink to rise no more; rather sail round him, enclose him in the gospel net or take him up in thy hands and lift him into the boat and speak kindly and comfortably to him, and remember that, by doing so, thou shalt "hide a multitude of sins."

Testimony of Healing
Thankful for the Revelation of Truth
July 11, 1901

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