Tim Challies posted this on his blog the other day, and I thought it was worth sharing:
“On my flight home yesterday I read Iain Murray’s short biography of Amy Carmichael, and he quoted one of her little sayings: “Let nothing be said about anyone unless it passes through the three sieves: Is it true? Is it kind? Is it necessary?” (These questions sound like they come right out of Ephesians 4:29 and a whole collection of Proverbs.)
I’d like to more consistently live by these, why don’t you consider joining me. Ready… Set… Go!
Let nothing be said about anyone unless it is: