Dannah Gresh: Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth says there are loving ways to help others see their blind spots.
Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth: I have a friend who says, “The last man to know he has a rip in his jacket is the man who has it on.”
That’s why we need to love each other. If someone wanders from the truth, the loving thing to do is to go and say, “Let me help restore you.” Not just to talk about that person, “Can you believe what she did to her husband? Can you believe the way she handled her children? Can you believe that so-and-so did this?”
Don’t go to another person. That’s not the loving thing to do. That’s the selfish, proud, arrogant thing to do. The loving thing to do is to go and say, “Let me help you.”