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Paul was one of the most effective missionaries in history. This passage shows us how he viewed the imprisonment which curtailed the freedom of his travels. Likewise it challenges us to think about how we respond to the circumstances of our lives: Do we see our hardships as opportunities for the gospel? Do we see our conflicts as opportunities for the gospel? Or do they rob us of Christian joy and force us to give up hope?
Our love for one another in Christ should shape the way that we approach conflict with each other in the church.
We all have a need for security and affirmation. We look everywhere in creation for that security—our loved ones, our jobs, our appearance, our possessions, our reputations. We will never feel fully secure by relying on those things. We will always have an overarching sense of conflict and insecurity because we are in conflict with our creator. The good news is that Jesus Christ's mission in coming to earth on Christmas was to resolve that conflict and bring you peace.
Do you see the importance of truth? if God is holy, and He is, then truth matters. Once we decide that God's word is not authoritative there are natural consequences that cannot be avoided. So what do we do? Let's learn from the rebellion of Abner as we study God's word this week.
In this timely sermon, Pastor Zac discusses the need for admonishing, encouraging and helping one another with godly patience.
Can't we all just get along? Don't we all just want world peace? Unfortunately, this world has never been without conflict....and neither have our personal lives. James addresses where conflict comes from and how we can overcome it.