I don`t think we`re vulnerable to judgment, but people still feel judged. Perhaps it is because they must also learn the lesson that we must apply: the difference between acceptance and agreement. For example, as someone sees sexual morality, the strange new test of painting for reciprocity nowadays. Many people loved us Christians, but hated our morals. They even felt “seated” when we were nice, and then we didn`t agree with them; they felt welcome to give their opinion, and then felt betrayed when asked to listen. If it is primarily the infidels, they should probably stop to demand that the disciples of Jesus register with the latest versions of the philosophy of the world, just as they do not believe that Christians should tell them how to live. I had the impression that the Church was a little carefree this week; I also know how difficult it can be to turn around and stay with love if I don`t feel like love is coming my way. However, I would still like to invite people to this process to remain in the love of Jesus. Because of our heist, we are vulnerable to conflict and are generally afraid of “theirs”. I encourage Christians who spend too much time defining their opponents to apply the difference between acceptance and consent. If we confuse acceptance with agreement, we do not like what we should. Never rely on an agreement on a theology or a life choice. What we agree about the changes.
Building love on the agreement will lead us to manage tensions in a dangerous way: alienating the beloved, sacrificing convictions, sweeping convictions under the carpet, etc. Even in some of my closest relationships, we will not agree, but I refuse to abandon this relationship. I will always defend my convictions with confidence. I`ve never been afraid to talk about matters of faith, but that doesn`t mean I was acting like a jolt and a punch to suck with my faith. “My love for another person lies in my acceptance by them and not in my consent to decisions they may or may not make.” My love for another person lies in my acceptance by them and not in my consent to decisions they may or may not make. It is possible to be in a relationship with someone and not agree on the decisions. Look at how Jesus lived this in his life: this type of acceptance will eventually bring tension. There will be tensions if they (or we) make life choices outside of God`s will. We feel this tension when someone we love is in a toxic friendship, has made unethical decisions at work, told us things that have turned out to be false, that treat anger in an unhealthy way or that generally live in sin.
The act of acceptance; Receiving what is offered, with consent, satisfaction or tolerance; esp., favourable reception; Authorization such as accepting a gift, a function, teaching, etc. In a culture where differences have become synonymous with hatred and judgment. It is becoming more and more difficult to form authentic relationships with opposing points of view – but not impossible. If Daniel Nebuchadnezzar could really love and respect. One of the worst rulers ever to live. Shame on us Christians who hate and judge those who have never known the love of Christ. A few weeks ago, I talked about a strategy I share with my clients to manage problems. It was about reacting rather than reacting. Today I wanted to share a tip that can be used to manage anger and/or stress (both often occur hand in hand). It`s about making the difference between acceptance and.