Wednesday, February 16, 2011

When To Correct a Brother?

Often we are in agony wondering whether we should "forbear" with our brother's foibles and weaknesses (Eph 4:2), or "restore them in a spirit of gentleness" as prescribed in Gal. 6:1. Between Two Worlds has an excellent short discussion here on this crucial subject. I found it most helpful. It is a tool to  use in marriage, our parenting, or our relationships at church. 

As always, your thoughts on this short essay are appreciated.

1 comment:

  1. This simple tool is extremely helpful for me as a I think about a wide range of issues, including "basic conflict resolution" in work settings and the normal day-to-day things in friendship and marriage where I find myself picking at things in the "lower right quadrant". This article does a good job of succinctly pointing out that the juice is not worth the squeeze relationally on these things, so that was convicting and helpful. Thanks for posting. - Brian U

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