July 13, 2022

How often does growth get stifled by internal conflict? This conflict happens in the church, with friends, family, and even ourselves. The struggle stops everything, and in that stoppage, we get content. Accepting the status quo is easier than working through our differences.

We need to view conflict as a difference of opinion where all sides are correct, and sometimes all sides are wrong. We, however, have become a society where there must be a correct viewpoint making all others wrong. This attitude stunts our development in areas of relationships, culturally or spiritually. We must learn to work through our differences as Christians because it is difficult to serve God if all we do is bicker and argue with each other. Moreover, these behaviors are not a good example of Christ’s love and caring. We must break the status quo and move towards the prereferral of our comfort to grow.

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