The Family Feud (5 of 10) by Chris Brown

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The Family Feud (5 of 10)
Series: Who's In Your Fave 5?
Pastor Chris Brown
Matthew 18:15-35

WHY WE DEAL WITH IT, OR DROP IT:
Matthew 18:15-20

- Because Dad said so.

- It's hurting us more than them.

- Forgiveness doesn't mean forgetting.

- It makes our relationship with Dad better.

HOW TO DEAL WITH IT:
Matthew 18:21-35

1. It starts with a look in the mirror.
Matthew 7:1-5, Romans 12:1-2

2. Focus on what was done for us, not to us.
Ephesians 4:32, Colossians 3:13

3. Give mercy not justice, or let God be God.
Romans 12:19, 2 Samuel 16:5-14, Proverbs 20:22, 24:29

4. When we just can't win, walk away.
Romans 12:17-21

5. Forgive like your life depended on it.
Matthew 6:12, Ephesians 4:32, Colossians 3:13


TAKING IT HOME
1. Take a moment to review the five points Chris gave for how to deal with a family feud. Is there one point you need to focus more time and attention on?


Is there one that you'd like prayer for?


2. As you think about your relationships with your extended family, are there any family members you sense you need to initiate with as a result of this sermon or Growth Group study?
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