Listening | Comprehension | Education | Students

“To retort without first listening is folly to work one’s own confusion” (Proverbs 18:13).

In a high school literature class, the teacher called on a day-dreaming student to read aloud a paragraph from an essay. The student began laboring through the paragraph and, when he had finished, the teacher asked him to comment on what the paragraph he had just read meant to him. The classroom rocked with laughter at his answer: “I’m sorry, but I wasn’t listening,” he said.

“‘This is My Son the Chosen One. Listen to Him!’ says the Lord God.” (Luke 9:35).

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