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In high school, in all four years of college, and again in law school, David Gibbs was on the winning side of the debate competition at the national level. Yet, as he details in this video, to prove that I'm right is often wrong! As a matter of fact, strife and love are mutually exclusive and when a spirit of defensiveness creeps in we must be alerted to something deeper: pride. The self-centered attitudes of the world come from pride and more quickly than we think this pride destroys our witness and undercuts genuine love. Thankfully there are seven signals that let us know when we are beginning to justify ourselves and our actions. Heed the warnings of II Corinthians 12; fear what Paul feared; escape the trends that comfortably question "What's wrong with it?" or proudly persist "I'm right, you're wrong!"