Do we feel obliged to answer when we are asked a question? How much did that cost? Why did you do that? What are you going to do about it? Do their questions and our responses originate because of fear or intimidation? When Pilate asked JESUS, "Are YOU the King of Jews"? JESUS answered, "...do you ask of your own accord, or because of what others told you.." (John 18:33-37)? Let's put it like this; "Are you asking for GODLY REASONS, or do you want to clear your own conscience, OR ARE YOU JUST NOSY? Do we answer from "guilty conscience", force or fear; or from the SPIRIT OF DISCERNMENT where our answers GLORIFY GOD? "DO YOU ASK FOR A GODLY REASON"?
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