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What do we do with the brother or sister who brings reproach on the church disgraces us by their sinful behavior?
Shared: 8/20/2002
It is our duty as Christians to keep our brothers and sisters in Christ accountable to God.
Denomination: Methodist
Shared: 5/14/2005
The creation precept built into the very fabric of all creation, both physical & spiritual, is that a person reaps after the same manner & nature that they sow. Every thought, attitude or action has its own reproductive cycle. You reap what you sow.
Series: Galatians
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 11/12/2009
The Bible speaks of many "one anothers", and these should be considered as our duties. Often times we are so focused on self that we fail to look towards others. We need to put others even above ourselves.
Shared: 5/7/2007
A look at fellowship among Christians, especially in light of Paul’s discussions of Christians’ role within the church to God, to each other and to those who have not yet come to Christ.
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Galatians 6:1-6:18
Shared: 10/13/2007
What does it feel like to be the one who needs to be forgiven, receive mercy and be restored?
Denomination: United Methodist
Scripture: Galatians 6:1-6:4
Shared: 7/5/2013
Bearing each other’s burdens is a genuine expression of love and therefore fulfills the law of Christ.
Scripture: Galatians 6:1-6:5
Shared: 12/8/2009
A sermon examining our responsibility to the fallen Brethren.
Series: Galatians
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Galatians 6:1-6:5
Shared: 11/16/2014
Mutual accountability is important to the life and health of the individual and to the life and health of the church. How do we handle the difficult task of mutual accountability? And how can it help us grow as followers of Jesus?
Denomination: Christian Church
Scripture: Galatians 6:1-6:3
Shared: 2/4/2014
Jesus in Matthew 10:42 when he speaks of sharing a cup of cold water is speaking of the practicality of living the Christian life. Christianity and our relationship with God is personal, but not meant to be private. Our life with God is a life that is des
Denomination: Lutheran
Shared: 5/19/2005