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Relationships in the Church 2

Monday –      Speaking to the Saints
Hymn: Chosen in Jesus (recording) (printed)

Tuesday –     Speaking and Listening
Hymn: Do Not Grieve the Holy Spirit (recording) (printed)

Wednesday – We Are Jesus’ Family
Hymn: Family Tree (recording) (printed)

Thursday –  Your Family in Christ
Hymn: Children of the Lord (recording) (printed)

Friday –          Diversity
Hymn: One in Jesus (recording) (printed)

Saturday –     Do You Want to Make a Difference?
Hymn: Touch a Life through Me (recording) (printed)

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Relationships in the Church 1

Monday –      Hey, I Know Them!
Hymn: I Thank the Lord for You (recording) (printed)

Tuesday –     All We Are in Him

Wednesday – Keys to Happy Relationships
Hymn: Family in the Lord (recording) (printed)

Thursday –  One Body
Hymn: We Have Come, God’s Living Temple (recording) (printed)

Friday –          Dream Greater Dreams
Hymn: How Precious Are Your People (recording) (printed)

Saturday –     Only to Help and Heal
Hymn: Make My Life a Holy Fragrance (recording) (printed)

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Keys to Happy Relationships

Let all bitterness and wrath and anger and clamor and slander be put away from you, along with all malice. Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving each other, just as God in Christ also has forgiven you. (Ephesians 4:31-32, NASB)

Good relationships within the Church aren’t automatic. They require effort: compassion, patience, forbearance, and forgiveness. Good relationships in the Church require the same effort as good relationships in the home:

  • Remember to think of the other person’s feelings and welfare first, and yourself second.
  • Be willing to “go the extra mile” again and again and again.
  • Give of yourself freely, without keeping a balance sheet.
  • Even in their weakest moments, when they seem the most annoying and unreasonable, even when you are absolutely positive that the blame is entirely theirs, go out of your way to understand them and care about their feelings and see the situation through their eyes.