The late Beatle George Harrison, once wrote a song entitled "The Devil's Radio." Harrison possessed a penchant for deeply ethereal themes. The Devil's Radio reveals his utter distaste for gossip, the poisonous soul that grows it, and the utter waste it produces. Gossips thrive on the Radio because of a spiritual hole in their hearts. They got nothin' better to do as the local prophets might prophesy. My mother added her wisdom to the subject when she warned me emphatically to watch out for those who carry tales. They dare not earn trust among productive people.
Furthermore, they remind us of the worst of the worst-Mrs. Kravitz of Bewitched fame. Kravitz entered the world through a sour pickle jar and affirmed her disposition by sticking her pointed nose into everyone's business.
We will talk more about this common, destructive tornado of a sin this Sunday.