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Overcoming Offenses Requires:
1. WATCHING OUR WORDS.
2. CONSIDERING OUR ACTIONS.
If you don’t control your anger, your anger will control you.
If we don’t learn how to overcome offense, the conflict will drain us of joy, peace, and kill our relationships.
3. GUARDING OUR ATTITUDE.
We need to learn to talk with God before we talk with people.
Conflict often occurs when we expect others to meet needs that only God can meet.
To Guard Our Heart, We Must:
Call On God for Help.
We must seek to understand before seeking to be understood.
Confess Our Part in the Conflict.
Focus on Reconciliation.
“Reconciliation” means to re-establish a relationship, while “Resolution” means to try to resolve every issue.
What steps do i need to take reconcile and restore some of my hurting or broken relationships?
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