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Seth Hyatt: Lacking Good Sense (Prov. 5:8)


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I just wanted to express how grateful I'm for this talk given by Brother Seth Hyatt. Because sometimes I feel like I can control a situation, when I can't. And unfortunately, it happens a lot here among us young people, because we lack good sense. It can happen quickly and before you know it, it's too late. This talk definitely made me aware of it, to avoid doing something that only leads to disaster, no matter how exciting or tempting it can be. 

 

I wanted to share it here :)https://tv.jw.org/#en/mediaitems/LatestVideos/pub-jwb_201809_11_VIDEO

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Thank you for sharing this! I feel that it is the reason Jehovah has multiple times provided us advice of this in the Scripture, that we can keep our path clean by keeping on his words.

The pioneer sister's expression of match and the barn was very memorable and I will not forget it.

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