Closing Words

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Today's reading: 2 Corinthians 13:11-14

As Paul closes his letter to the Corinthians, his final instructions are to "Aim for restoration, comfort one another, agree with one another, live in peace..." (vs. 11). What good, practical advice for pretty much every situation.

So how are you (or how can you) aim for peace and restoration in your family and at home? What about at work or school? How about within your church? What does you striving to put these qualities into practice look like? Tami

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I can relate to this situation. I have a best friend named []. We used to often get into arguments about faith; what she believes about God is a little stricter than what I believe. But I want us to remain best friends, do nice things together, and study God's word together and talk about our lifelong experiences with God, but I don't want anymore arguments. So what I usually do is I just don't say anything if I don't agree with her about something and I just agree to disagree.

Good thoughts, Nikki. When it comes to our faith in Christ, the things that should unite us are so much greater than the things that far too often divide us. Striving not to lose sight of this is key in creating and maintaining peace and unity.

We can not compromise on the truth. If we disagree, both can't be right, but both may be wrong.

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