You ordered spaghetti, but you were served steak and fries. You’re not impressed with the restaurant. The left hand clearly doesn’t know what the right hand is doing. The same is true for any organization where communication is poor.
This saying has a positive side to it, though, which is how Jesus used it. He said that when we do good things, we should keep it to ourselves, rather than letting other people admire us. Here’s how he put it…
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The salt of the earth… on the straight and narrow… a baptism of fire… many everyday sayings started with Jesus. Here are 30 of them. We’ve gathered the best known modern sayings and included some notes on what they mean and where you can find them in the accounts of Jesus’ life.
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