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In this group, we are not going to argue, fight, or downgrade each other. This group is for people to share their beliefs and give their reasons behind them. Be willing to accept questions and give answers. I hope that this is a good way to work on the ways we defend our beliefs. God Bless!

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Question 2023-05-22 21:37

I can ask the Holy Ghost

onfire247 2023-05-22 18:57

Here are some general areas of study that can probably answer the question for you.

Romans 14-15: How we can disagree with others but still maintain unity

Matthew 5-7: How we treat friends and enemies

1 Corinthians 13: What true love looks like

Luke 10: Defining who our neighbor is and how we treat them

Romans 2: The danger in judging others when we make the same mistakes

John 16: It is the Holy Spirit's job to convict people of sin

Read these sections and ask the Holy Spirit how to guide you in this relationship. He won't let you down.

Question 2023-05-22 17:59

amen, amen/ but that example part cut like a sword I am working on being consistent

treeswallow 2023-05-22 17:43

I'd take a look at Hebrews 10:24, "And let us consider how to stir one another up to good works." This could refer to the '"good" peer pressure you are thinking of. Christian friends should encourage one another to present their members as instruments of righteousness unto God, not instruments of unrighteousness unto sin (Romans 6:13). As the friendship gets closer, your love for God and others should grow as well. If it does not, then something is wrong. This "good" peer pressure cannot be in word only, but you must exemplify good works in what you do. Paul told Timothy to, "Be an example to the believers in word, in conduct, in love, in spirit, in faith, [and] in purity" (1 Timothy 4:12). As you look into the Bible, communicate what you find in the Scriptures with your friend and seek to live out the truths together. Just my thoughts!

Question 2023-05-22 13:28

okay, in love one another as Jesus has loved us, shouldn't we encourage our in loving way ''friends'' to do the right things like Jesus did? cus wouldn't it be more of a enemy to not encourage someone you call a friend to do the right thing­čźá

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Created by Jappel, on Apr 19, 2022.

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