We’ve all had conflicts in our lives – Lord knows I’ve had my share.
Whether it’s between a family member, a close friend or someone we work with, and yes, we know it’s how we handle ourselves during these times that’s important.
When we face conflict, we must learn to focus on reconciliation – not resolution.
There’s a big difference in these two words – reconciliation means re-establishing the relationship, while resolution means -resolving every issue. The latter is probably just not going to happen, simply because – there are just some things we’re not all going to agree on, and you know what – that’s okay.
God knows the conflicts we face and He knows we’re weary from them. He also knows we want to make peace, for yes – He knows without it, we can’t offer it to others.
Oh but that can change – it’s when we truly accept His peace within and we open our hearts and minds to His as best as we know how, that yes – our lives will be fully filled with love not anger, with patience and joy, and yes – with that perfect peace that only He can provide
For now, we’re armed and ready – we’ve become bridge builders rather than wall builders.
He’ll help us to take the initiative to reach out while never waiting on the other person to do so. He’ll help us to find the right time and place, and then, He’ll help us to have the courage to confess our part of the conflict with humbleness.
So rather than attacking the person, let’s attack the problem, while all the while – considering their perspective.
He’ll give us the mindset to speak the truth and fix the problem, for yes – we are focused on reconciliation and we can trust – we are all worth the work it takes to reconcile with one another.
We are loved by love Himself. He loves us big and He loves us strong, and yes – love wins period.
“All this is from God, who reconciled us to himself through Christ and gave us the ministry of reconciliation”
2 Corinthians 5:18
#lovewinsperiod #warriorwyatt #kaetsarmy #prayingforKK #LordpleasemakeGspancreaswhole #mindsetmatters #lovelikeJesus #unspokenprayerrequest