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    When a Fellow Christian Stumbles

    When a Fellow Christian Stumbles
    Galatians 6:1-5
    The Lord doesn't want the members of His body to live in isolation; believers are intended to function as a loving family who actively care for each other. One of our responsibilities as part of God's household is to come alongside a brother or sister who has stumbled. Paul specifies that those "who are spiritual" are to restore the fallen ones to fellowship with the Father and the family. "Spiritual" doesn't mean some elite group of pious leaders; it refers to any Christians who are living under the Spirit's control. A key element in this process is the attitude of the one who seeks to restore a fellow Christian.
    A Spirit of Gentleness: This isn't a time for harshness, anger, judgment, or condemnation. Our goal is not to heap pain and guilt upon a hurting brother or sister but to show mercy and forgiveness (2 Cor. 2:5-8).
    A Spirit of Humility: Those who have a superior attitude look down on a fallen brother and think, I would never make those mistakes. But the humble know their own vulnerability. Instead of judging others, they examine their own lives in order to recognize and deal with areas of weakness.
    A Spirit of Love: When we love others, we'll willingly sharing their burden. This requires an unselfish investment of our time, energy, and prayer on their behalf.
    How do you react when a fellow Christian has stumbled? One of the ugliest human traits is our tendency to feel better about ourselves when another person misses the mark. Instead of sharing the latest gossip about a fallen brother or sister, let your heart break, and come alongside to love and help.
    Dr. Stanley

    #2
    Great message Bro Bill, thanks for posting.

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      #3
      Great reminder going into the weekend. [emoji846]

      It's Friday! Yall have a blessed and safe weekend! [emoji846]

      The fish are biting, and there's hogs to be kill-t. Gotta go!

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        #4
        Kindness thru humble humility. A power greater than harsh judgement of superiority for sure! Something we all need reminding of.
        Thanks Bro.Bill!

        Sent from my SM-N970U using Tapatalk

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          #5
          Great message

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            #6
            Amen

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              #7
              Thanks Bro. Bill

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                #8
                Awesome message. Amen Bro. Bill.

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                  #9
                  Amen.

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                    #10
                    Great way to start my morning. Thanks for the message.

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                      #11
                      Another great message!
                      Thank you Bro Bill.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by rolylane6 View Post
                        Kindness thru humble humility. A power greater than harsh judgement of superiority for sure! Something we all need reminding of.
                        Thanks Bro.Bill!

                        Sent from my SM-N970U using Tapatalk
                        Amen

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