Romans 8:1-19 (ESV)

Romans 8:1-19 (ESV)

Sermon One Anothering Admonish One Another Romans 15:14; Col 3:16 The One Anothering

Commands ARE NOT About What God wants FROM US, But What He Wants FOR US. What if we learn to See

Conflict as a FAITH Opportunity? An unwillingness to confront may well indicate that you simply dont care enough.

Care-fronting It is offering genuine caring that bids another to grow. Care-fronting is offering real confrontation that calls out new insight and understanding. It is to offer the maximum of useful

information with the minimum of threat and stress. Care-fronting unites love and power. It unifies concern for relationship with concerns for goals. So one can have

something to stand for (goals) as well as someone to stand with (relationship) without sacrificing one for the other. Thus one can love powerfully and be powerfully loving. These are not contradictory. They are

complementary. If you are going to admonish someone in a biblical way, the first thing you must do it forget the other person and sink your

heart into the love, grace, and truth of God and His Word. By God's grace, you can use conflict to: Glorify God

Serve other people Grow to be like Christ Rom 15:14 And concerning you, my brethren, I myself also am convinced that you yourselves

are full of goodness, filled with all knowledge and able also to admonish one another. Col 3:16 Let the word of Christ richly dwell within you, with all wisdom

teaching and admonishing one another with psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with thankfulness in your hearts to God

1 Thes 5:12 But we request of you, brethren, that you appreciate those who diligently labor among you, and have charge over you in the Lord and give you instruction,

1 Ill get him, or her : I win ; you lose 2- Ill get out flight response. 3 Ill give in: I lose / you win. 4- Ill meet you halfway

5- I care enough to confront 5 Dysfunctions of a TEAM Lencioni #1 An absence of trust among team members #2 Fear of conflict

It is not unchristian to admonish, but it can be unchristian to fail to do so.

Some people cant NOT do something without telling others not to do it also C.S. Lewis Prov 15:2 When wise people

speak, they make knowledge attractive, but stupid people spout nonsense. SPEAK SIMPLY, BUT HONESTLY Speak simply

Speak personally Speak honestly Pay the person the compliment of treating them like an adult. Speak directly

Avoid admonition that is disguised as a question: The leading question Dont you think we should do it this way? wouldnt you agree that _________? Isnt it true that ________________?

The punishing question- it seeks to arouse conflicts in the other person or it implies some disconnect between the intention and the action.

Why did you say, do that? The demanding question - it sneaks in a hidden command under the guise of an innocent request for information

When are you going to do something about that The set up question Didnt you once say that

Love gives up the concealed weapons called questions and make clear statements like: I care about you. I need your help. I want your respect. Love is honestly open in conversation.

Love sets no traps. (David Augsburger) Luke 2:52 And Jesus kept increasing in wisdom and stature, and in

favor with God and men. FIRST COMMANDMENT AND ROOTS, BRANCHES, FRUIT The ABCs of coming to faith

A - Admit that youre weak and need grace and strength That means there is GOOD NEWS FOR YOU B- Believe that Jesus is the only savior who can heal your heart. C- confess to God that you want to

trust Jesus as your savior and Lord.

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