Human Relations Sermon Illustrations

Human Relations Sermon Illustrations

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Make other people like themselves a little better and rest assured they'll like you very much.—Secretary


One sign of maturity is the ability to be comfortable with people who are not like us.—Christian Advocate


When the Italian poet Tasso attained the zenith of his career, he was told that he was then in a position to take revenge upon a man who had hurt him greatly, relates Thomas Drier, philosophic writer.

"I do not desire to plunder him," the poet replied, "yet there is one thing I would like to take from him "

"His honor, his wealth, his life?" Tasso was asked.

"No," came the gentle reply. "What I desire to take from him I will try to gain by the exercise of kindness, patience, and for-bearance. I will try to take away his ill-will!"—Sunshine Magazine


Four little words, too seldom heard, are: "You may be right."—Worcester (Mass.) Telegram


Feuding staff members may suffer the fate of the Kilkenny cats; each thought there was one cat too many; so they scratched and they fit and they tore and they bit, 'Till instead of two cats, there wasn't any.—M. Dale Baughman

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