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Sooner or later in life we have to face up
to our own personality. We have to come to terms with ourselves.
Personality is the energizing force of all relationships.
I once watched two colleagues attempt to destroy each other in their common workplace.
Unfortunately, they were pastors, ministers of the gospel.
Both were ardent preachers, both excellent at pastoral care.
But their personality clash was something to be reckoned with, and it drew others in.
An unpleasant experience for all concerned. Was it inevitable? I think so.
Because neither really understood their own personality type, neither could understand
the other. Also, maybe each also had to learn that the
kingdom of God begins within you. That is, within your own personality.
So, understanding the different types of personality can only be very helpful in your own Christian
walk. You can learn more about
what makes us who we are at kiwiconnexion.nz Insights into Carl Gustav
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I’m David Bell, and thanks very much for watching.