Conflict means to have a clash of ideas or to disagree with another person. Conflict comes to bring change in us or to the other person or both.
Here are some questions you can ask yourself when conflict comes into our relationships.
How did it start?
Have I taken ownership of the part I played?
Why is the conflict happening?
How can I grow from this?
What was my attitude during the conflict?
How can we use this conflict to establish balance in our lives and the lives of others?
Conflict will set things in order, help us establish boundaries, give us new perspective and promote spiritual and personal growth in us and the other person.
Conflict will always bring other strong feelings into the picture, such as anger, division, rebellion and strife. Conflict will make us angry, but we must not allow ourselves to stay in that place. When anger comes, quickly, recognize it, forgive others, and yourself, and move beyond this to the real problem. Remember use your will to submit to what God's Living Word say's! Rms. 12:18 Do all you can to establish peace! Remember God through The Holy Spirit lives in us and He is Peace! Do every thing to establish peace in your heart, home, relationship.
Remember to state your feeling and allow the other person to state theirs. Never allow your feeling to dictate your final decisions. Remember to bring LOVE back in the situation. LOVE will bring healing, peace, and LOVE will become greater than the conflict. Know there is no conflict or problem that is greater than the Power of God’s Love
and His Living Word/Truth!
Jer.. 32:27 and Eph. 15: 1 .
The final thing is to totally surrender to God and His Word and ask The Holy Spirit to help you resolve your difference! God is All Knowing and He knows how to resolve the conflict and bring peace! Shalom'
Remember never allow the spirit of conflict to bring separation and division as they are demonic spirits who come to bring division with us/ God and our relationships.
Steps how to resolve conflict
1.Go to God and ask, seek and knock for healing and wisdom to reestablish peace! Matthew 7:7-8
2. Ask God what I am to learn from this conflict? James 1:5
3.Repent of all your hard heart, and any known sin. 1 John 1:9
3. .forive your self, and others in the conflict and release it to God! Colossians 3: 13
4. Know in your heart
God will work everything for your good! Romans 8: 28
God's love and mine/Pastor Polly/Author of "Love Search" and "Power Of Perseverance"
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