|Biblical Relationships |
|Bible Relationships | Relationships with God|
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A brief overview of Bible relationships
The Bible is used by many Christians as a way to guide their lives and behavior. It contains a wide array of wisdom and advice that modern day Christians can use to live fruitful and virtuous lives. Many people will not only use The Bible as a source of moral guidance and wisdom, but they will also look to it as a source of advice about how to guide the particular relationships that characterize their lives. The Bible does not only provide information about romantic love, but it can also be used to guide friendships and other relationships to a powerful and positive outcome.
Building valuable and sustainable relationships can be a difficult thing, and many people struggle to do so. Most people will look back on a time where they made an awkward or painful mistake that had some sort of negative effect on a relationship that they valued. They might have accidentally hurt a person that they cared about. Even with the best intentions it's possible to make mistakes when it comes to relationships. However, one thing that people struggle with is repairing friendships or relationships when they have soured due to the actions of one or more parties. The old adage about relationships being difficult to form, but even more difficult to maintain is quite true. However, the Bible directs some attention to repairing old relationships that have gone bad. These Bible relationships include those of Paul, who suffered severely at the hands of others. Paul directs us to repair relationships wherever we can, because it is important to maintain and develop relationships with our loved ones rather than letting them slip by the wayside.
Bible relationships also deal with resolving conflict, which is another issue of major importance when it comes to any sort of personal or business related relationship. When there is conflict between two people, or more than two people, it is difficult to come to any sort of equitable outcome without one person feeling upset or slighted. This is why it is important to resolve conflict. Both parties must feel valued and respected, and that their views have been listened to and appreciated. Jesus speaks of the peacemakers being blessed, and Paul also speaks of the need to resolve conflict. In a world where there is so much conflict already, it is in our interests to do all we can to repair our relationships and do all we can to ensure that any conflicts that are simmering at or below the surface are resolved. This will result in better relationships for all, and we will be far happier for it.
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