In “Restraint in Relationships,” Mike Clements writes, “Mustering restraint in hostile relationships can feel like walking through a minefield. Our footing will seem unsure as we meet hostility with restraint. God’s character and resurrection power help Christians rise above the hostility of this world. God’s life allows us to love the unpleasant and endure antagonism from sinners.”
Living the Sermon on the Mount, 47.
Psalm 119:18 (HCSB) “Open my eyes so that I may contemplate wonderful things from Your instruction.”
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