6 Handling Critical People video. (3,380 YouTube views) Handling critical people is not difficult when we realize people will criticize you. Realize everyone does not feel critical about you. We must listen to wise criticism. Dismiss foolish criticism. Evaluate a critical person’s mental and physical state. By doing this, you will position yourself among the wise. The first thing to realize is that people are going to criticize you no matter who you are or what you do. It was Abraham Lincoln who said while being criticized, “You can please some of the people some of the time, but you can’t please all of the people all of the time” and they shot him. You will be criticized, but hopefully not shot.

By Pastor Delbert Young

6 Handling Critical People video

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6 Handling Critical People video

Scriptures: Scriptures: Numbers 12:1; Exodus 14:12; Ecclesiastes 7:5-6;Romans 2:21-23; Proverbs 15:31-32; Matthew 15:12-14; 1 Thessalonians 2:4

 We are beginning a new series today that I am calling HANDLING DIFFICULT PEOPLE. I was surfing the web and both heard and read a few lessons on this topic. One of the resources I will use is Life Church.tv. That is the Church in OKC where Lance, my son, is an associate pastor. They offer tremendous resources, so why not use them? I also got a book or two on the subject and I thought this would be something that would help us all in two ways. (1) It should give us understanding to help HANDLE DIFFICULT PEOPLE in our lives not only by recognizing them, but help us understand why they do what they do. (2) It will help us identify our own selves as difficult and understand why we are.

Let’s begin with talking about HANDLING CRITICAL PEOPLE. The first thing to realize is that people are going to criticize you no matter who you are or what you do… (continue sermon notes)

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