Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Oct 11, 2020
If we decide to get involved in another person's business, chances are we will be told to mind our own business. In some cases we should do that but there are other situations when it's appropriate to not mind our own business.
"MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS!"
A few weeks ago, I did a sermon on opinions. My first point was about people who are opinionated. I talked about those who interject themselves into conversations they weren't invited in to offer their unsolicited opinion. When we do things like that, people