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We Love Dirty Laundry

January 31, 2015

From The Eagles’ classic song, Dirty Laundry

Dirty little secrets
Dirty little lies
We got our dirty little fingers
In everybody’s pie
We love to cut you down to size
We love dirty laundry



From 19th century British pulpiteer Charles Haddon Spurgeon 

There is so much dirty linen in our own house

needing to be washed that none of us

need to take in our neighbour’s washing.

“Mind your own business,” is a command

that might have been spoken by Solomon himself,

and the apostle Paul was inspired

to write to the Thessalonians,

“Study to be quiet, and to do your own business;”

and he and Peter very sternly condemned

those who were

“busybodies in other men’s matters.”

To whom are we listening today, the Eagles or Mr. Spurgeon?

Based on what we say, would anybody know that?

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