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With God’s help, we can respond appropriately to those who treat us badly.
Denomination: Assembly of God
Scripture: Acts 6:8-6:15
Shared: 1/10/2008
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Then Eliphaz takes the "PEACE TRAIN" approach (you know the song by Kat Stevens). He tells Job to clean up his life and submit to God. There’s nothing really wrong with what he is saying except that it doesn’t fit in the box he has put Job in.
Scripture: Job 22:1-22:30
Shared: 4/14/2010
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Unfortunately for many Christians, compromise is easier than being criticised and no-one would ever know that they are Christians, or if they do know, they are disappointed by the kind of example that is given.
Scripture: Matthew 5:1-5:12
Shared: 12/29/2009
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How to Deal with Accusations and Criticisms - Deut 19:17-20
Shared: 10/18/2000
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How to avoid over reacting to false accusations
Shared: 6/11/2001
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How do you feel when you really believe God has called you to have a positive Godly influence on people and all you end up with is rejection? What do you do when things go from bad to worse? Pack up and leave? I love what Moses does...
Series: Exodus
Scripture: Exodus 5:1-6:30
Shared: 12/25/2009
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Bildad the Shuhite (some people say that he was the smallest man in the Bible) made the same sort of accusations to Job. Bildad the Blamer. This is Job’s so called friend, who has his 2 fangs worth of venom to bite with, in the guise of helping Job.
Series: Job 19
Scripture: Job 8:1-8:22
Shared: 12/17/2009
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Leaders are appointed to the church.
Scripture: Acts 6:1-6:14
Shared: 5/5/2003
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Jesus was silent before Herod Antipas and His accusers because He understood that His words would not sway them, but His actions have changed the hearts of millions...
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 23:6-23:12
Shared: 3/23/2011
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