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Steps To Take When You Disagree With Someone Close

Because of the fallen nature of man, conflicts in relationships are a fact of life, even for believers in Christ. Loving communication doesn’t come naturally or easily to anyone. For unbelievers, remedy for conflicts is difficult because without Christ humans do not have the capacity for unselfish love (Ephesians 4:22-32).

Christians, however, have the Bible for instructions in relationships. Applying biblical principles to relationships will enable us to handle conflict most effectively

The first and most important principle in resolving conflict in relationships, especially in marriage, is to love one another as Christ has loved us (John 13:34) and gave Himself for us.Ephesians 5:21-30 describes relationships within families: we are to submit to one another in love and put the needs of others ahead of ours.

This is especially true in marriage where the husband is to love his wife as Christ loved the church and care for her as he cares for his own body. In turn, a wife is to submit to her husband and respect him (Ephesians 5:22,30)

Things To Do When You Disagree with someone

Be at peace with one another –Mark 9:50
Love one another –John 13:34;Romans 12:10;1 Peter 4:8;1 John 3:11,23;4:7,11,12
Build up one another –Romans 14:19;Ephesians 4:12;1 Thessalonians 5:11
Be of the same mind toward one another –Romans 12:16
Give preference to one another –Romans 12:10
Greet one another –Romans 16:16
Esteem others as better than yourself –Philippians 2:3
Serve one another –Galatians 5:13
Receive one another –Romans 15:7
Be devoted to one another –Romans 12:10
Rejoice or weep with one another –Romans 12:15
Admonish one another –Romans 15:14;Colossians 3:16
Care for one another –1 Corinthians 12:25
Show tolerance toward one another –Romans 15:1-5;Ephesians 4:2;Colossians 3:13
Be kind and forgiving to one another –Ephesians 4:32;Colossians 3:13
Submit to one another –Romans 12:10;Ephesians 5:21;1 Peter 5:5
Comfort one another –1 Thessalonians 4:18
Encourage one another –1 Thessalonians 5:11;Hebrews 3:13
Be compassionate with one another –1 Peter 3:8
Pray for one another –James 5:16
Confess your faults to one another –James 5:16
Accept one another –Romans 14:1;15:7

Things Not To DO we must not:
Be proud against each other –1 Corinthians 4:6
Judge one another –Romans 12:16
Lie to one another –Colossians 3:9
Be partial with one another –1 Timothy 5:21
Provoke or envy one another –Galatians 5:26
Lust after one another –Romans 1:27
Hate one another –Titus 3:3
Take one another to court –1 Corinthians 6:1-7
Use each other –Galatians 5:15

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