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2-24-16 “Pastor’s Blast” – When it Helps to Confront

OK, so basically we are all a bunch of chickens. Most of us would rather run across the road during rush hour than have a confrontation – especially when it comes to those with whom we are in the closest relationships. We avoid confronting loved-ones who’ve hurt us because we can remember and we know how well it’s worked in the past. We’d rather not go there again . . .
Well, I have some “Good News” to share: It doesn’t have to be that way! I believe the Bible offers us a means to make it helpful for our relationships when we confront those we love who’ve hurt us. This Sunday we’ll look at Matthew 18:15-20 as well as Ephesians 4:14-15 and 1 Corinthians 13:4-13, and discover God’s method for successfully confronting the problems, and the problem individuals, that trip up our relationships.
Seriously! It really works and it’s a lot simpler than you might expect. I guarantee that you haven’t heard anyone preach a sermon like this one before. Of course, you might say that about any sermon I preach . . .
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