When Personalities Collide Part 1
April 11, 2019
Part 1 of 2
Someone once said, “The church is wonderful, except for the people.” When disagreements and personal agendas rise to the surface, friction inevitably occurs. It’s clear that Christians don’t always get along. So how should we respond to these disagreements?
To desire guidance is godly, but how are we to know God’s will? In The Secret of Guidance, F. B. Meyer shows us how.
Meyer’s work outlines actions to take—examine our motives, spend time in the Word, search our hearts for sin—and thoughts to ponder—“The Master promises to be to all faithful souls, in there pilgrimage to the City of God, what the cloudy pillar was to the children of Israel.”
By ordering how we can experience guidance—through facts, faith, and feelings—as well as addressing how to handle burdens and sorrows, Meyer’s work offers much assistance.
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