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Sermons about Fighting
Looking at how men fight against God, even though He is love and is only trying to do goood for man.
We are to do our best to keep our hearts united!
Is there a link between playing with toy weapons and later gun violence? Our guest: writer Rachel Marie Stone, author of the blog post “Let Boys be Boys: Play-Fighting May Actually Be Good for Kids” on her.meneutics.com.
Fighting is a constant reality throughout the Bible. But prayer is not just reactive, it is our way to fight victoriously.
In all of life we have differences. Especially in the church there are going to be differences of opinion. Are these differences Preferences or Convictions? If they are Convictions they are worth fighting for, but if they are preferences we MUST be willing to yield to our authorities and brotherhood.
Fighting: To struggle or contend with another. To take actions that will impede the progress of another. To give reasons for or against something. To disagree with words. Why do we fight, especailly as married couples? The word is used at least 120 times in the ESV. In the Old Testatment it refers to disputes between nations and peoples and is not necessarily condemned. God fights with and against the people of Israel. It is not used to describe domestic relationships, although those kinds of fight did happen. Today we'll look at how our emotions impact our fighting, and how our level of communication can impact how we fight with each other. We can either fight unfairly or fairly. Which would you prefer?