7 Handling Overly Needy People video. (3,010 YouTube views). Overly needy people will literally suck the life and resources out of you. They drain you emotionally and fill you with guilt if you allow them. If you do not set boundaries, you will be contributing over and over and again and again to their addictions. Christians should be incredibly generous. Here at Life Gate, we do a good job giving help to needy people. We have our alms account specifically set up to help, but I must admit that often we give to the “OVERLY NEEDY” and not those in need. What I mean by OVERLY NEEDY PEOPLE is people we attempt to help, but who do not help themselves. They are the habitually needy. They consistently find themselves in constant need and if you allow them, they will suck your life and your resources out of you.

By Pastor Delbert Young

7 Handling Overly Needy People video


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7 Handling Overly Needy People video

Scriptures: 2 Peter 2:19, 1 Corinthians 6:12, Romans 6:12-14, James 5:16, 1 John 1:9, 2 Corinthians 10:4-5, 1 Corinthians 9:27

We usually first think of OVERLY NEEDY PEOPLE in a financial way, but there are many different types of OVERLY NEEDY PEOPLE, Let’s list and discuss a few. We will begin with some not so serious, but humorous and move to the more serious and not humorous. There is the BLABBER who is the person who will no shut their mouths – blab, blab, blab. The Blabber has the habitual need to talk and give you details. They tell you about themselves and people you never met. They tell details that do not matter and seem not to even relate to their point. Then, before you know it, they have somehow begun talking about someone or something else. You wonder when they will come up for air and stop talking? Do you know a Blabber? Are you… (continue sermon notes)

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