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Constructive Relationships

06/29/14

Speaker: Mark Petersburg

Series: Wisdom for Relationships

Summary: Do you want to know how to build healthy relationships? In the New Testament, there are 28 “one another” statements that give instructions for how we are to relate to others. This message deals with several of those biblical mandates for constructive relationships: encourage one another, forgive one another, clothe yourselves with humility toward one another, admonish one another, and love one another. Obeying these commands will transform your relationships.

Slow To Speak

06/15/14

Speaker: Mark Petersburg

Series: Wisdom for Relationships

Category: Relationships

Summary: James does not present a very pretty picture of the tongue. In fact, he describes it as a “fire from hell.” Understanding the power of the tongue - power to direct, power to destroy, power to deceive - helps us to see why James exhorts us to be “slow to speak.” Words matter. Words have power - power for good and for bad. Consider what James and Solomon, in the Proverbs, have to say about “words” and the impact they have in our relationships.

Slow To Anger

06/08/14

Speaker: Mark Petersburg

Series: Wisdom for Relationships

Category: Relationships

Summary: Anger is a very common human emotion, isn’t it? The New Testament writer James exhorts us to be “slow to anger.” Is anger all bad? The Apostle Paul gives us a framework for dealing with anger in Ephesians 4:26-27. In these two verses, we have a green light, a flashing yellow light and a glaring red light. Take time to examine your anger to determine whether it is appropriate or not.