Theme Scripture: Hebrews 10:24
We all know someone who has been in some kind of altercation that didn’t end well. When we go back and look at the events, we always want to know who started it. What we are looking for is who initially provoked the other party to cause the chain of events that led to someone on some level being hurt. The point is, provoking one another is not usually looked at as a good thing as we think of things like sibling rivalries or having someone “push your buttons.” However, with an appropriate approach, provoking others can be a powerful tool as it can stimulate them to positive action and conflict resolution. So, how do we do that? How do we provoke others toward everything good and avoid provoking them toward anything bad?
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