Breaking Etiquette

Once again I warn you not to read this unless you are ready to be changed.

THE RIVER WALK

breaking etiquette

You Pharisees are so careful to clean the outside of the cup and the dish, but inside you are filthy—full of greed and wickedness! Fools! Didn’t God make the inside as well as the outside? So clean the inside by giving gifts to the poor, and you will be clean all over. (Luke 11:39-41)

Read: Deuteronomy 29:1-30:20, Luke 11:37-12:7, Psalm 78:1-31, Proverbs 12:19-20

Relate: Use your silverware. That is one of the first rules of table etiquette a child will learn. It is both cleaner and more efficient to use your spoon when eating mashed potatoes. Granted, it might not be as fun but even still, use your silverware. After that, keep your elbows off the table. Sit up straight. Don’t talk with your mouth full. Ask before being excused. Don’t start eating until everybody has been served. Along with that, wash your hands before you begin eating, after you are done, and any…

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