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Are there any difficult people in your church?

Ways of Wisdom Steve Midgley
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I mean really difficult. The kind that make you flinch inwardly as you see them approaching for a conversation. When I worked in general practice they wrote books about people like that – heart-sink patients they called them. The kind of person that would cause a GP to take a deep breath before ushering them into the consulting room.