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Following God's Will Part 2-Compromise and Danger

Following God's Will Part 2-Compromise and Danger

Following God's Will Part 2-Compromise and Danger

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StonePoint Church

215 Advantage Dr, Cumming, GA 30040, USA

Sunday 9:00 AM

God’s will sometimes involves going though hardships to accomplish His greater purposes.

Are we willing to follow God’s will no matter what?

How do we respond when others ask us to do something that we don’t feel obligated to do?

Are we willing to lay down some of our wants and our freedoms in order to have unity?
Have you ever said something or done something that was taken out of context?

Sometimes, unfortunately, other people are partially listening or have drawn their own conclusions without knowing the whole truth.


Some people just hear what they want to hear or see what they want to see.

It is interesting how the enemy gets involved to try to twist what we are saying to bring division among the people.


We should remember we are called to meet people where they are to show them the love of Jesus, this includes our own families and friends and people that are having trouble accepting the Grace of Jesus too

Sometimes we are called to go beyond what we normally would do in order to bring peace and unity as long as doing so doesn’t violate God’s Word.

“It is not uncommon for churches to split over disagreements about minor issues or traditions. Like Paul, we should remain firm on Christian essentials but flexible on nonessentials. Of course, no one should violate his or her true convictions, but sometimes we need to honor Christ by exercising mutual submission for the sake of the Good News.” – Life Application Study Bible notes

Paul compromised his freedoms, not his convictions, in order to show unity and peace.

most of the time a lie travels faster than the truth!


Sometimes we are called to go beyond what we normally would do in order to bring peace and unity as long as doing so doesn’t violate God’s Word.
`Are we willing to be peacemakers and meet people where they are for the sake of Christ or do we simply want others to meet us where we are instead?

Someone has to be willing to make the first move and reach out. As Christians, we are called to show the love of God to others and share His truth and grace with them too.

To do this we must be willing to be stretched to reach others.

Paul compromised his freedoms, not his convictions, in order to show unity and peace – Are we willing to do the same?
We also need to be reminded that sometimes God will call us into hardships and painful places in order to reach more people for His kingdom and glory.

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