In the same Manner…….

Discussion in 'Other Christian Denominations' started by Heavenly Pilgrim, Sep 20, 2008.

  1. Heavenly Pilgrim

    Heavenly Pilgrim
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    When a believer is wronged, or feels that he has been, how should we treat the one we believe is the offender? What would be the Scriptural way to handle disagreements? Is there any danger with simply cutting off for life the one we feel is the offender? Are we not part of the body of Christ, and representatives of it in whatsoever we are involved in? Can one glorify God on one hand while refusing to grant forgiveness, and restoration to another?

    I am puzzled to say the least at some of the things that go on in Christian circles under the guise of Christianity or Christian charity. Is the Holy Spirit bringing anything to your attention about right now that He might in fact be displeased with? What does Scripture state about the manner in which we are to conduct ourselves as believers when dealing with fellow believers? How does God say He will judge us?

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