Give the benefit of the doubt 14


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To favor someone positively rather than negatively when either is possible. In other words, to believe that someone is innocent rather than guilty when you are not sure due to a lack of sufficient evidence.

 
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But brother, what did Abraham do? They started fussing, so Abraham said, "Now, Lot, before we have any quarrels between us, you separate yourself from me and I from you. Now, you look any way you want to. You take your choice." That's the way a Christian does, giving them benefit of the doubt. "Take your choice. You go east; I'll go west. You go north; I'll go south. Well, I give you the benefit of the doubt."

 

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