SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 2021, 10:00 AM - ONLINE ONLY
Go Higher! GLORIFYING GOD IN CONFLICT, 1 Corinthians 10:31
Conflict allows us an opportunity to glorify God, that is, to bring him praise and honor by imitating Him, laying down our "rights," forgiving, and loving sacrificially. This is necessary for Biblical peace-making and learning to seek and honour God when we're in conflict, lest we glorify someone or something else.
This Sunday we're jumping back into our "Peace with Others" Series using the Resolving Everyday Conflict study from Peacemaker Ministries. Join us as we continue on this discipleship journey exploring new ways to reflect the beauty of the Kingdom of God and the Lord Jesus Christ.
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Narrative Lectionary for Week of April 25
1 Corinthians 10:31
31 whatever you do, you should do it all for God’s glory.
The First “G” How Conflicts In Your Life Can Be Used to Glorify God
In dealing well with conflict there are Four “G”s...
PRAYER FOR A DIFFERENT HARVEST: How to Glorify God in conflict.
The glory of God is man fully alive. - Irenaeus, early Church Father (died c. 200)
TAKEWAYS: Four Things to do according to the Bible and Jesus Life and Teachings.
SOME HELPFUL QUESTIONS:
How can I please and honour god in this situation?
How can I lift up Jesus, showing that He is alive in me, changing me?
Pleasing the heart of the Father sets the stage for effective peace-making. The glory of God revealed in you and me, is necessary for Biblical peace-making.
QUESTIONS FOR REFLECTION AND DISCUSSION
(From Resolving Everyday Conflict Participant Guide)