Charles R. Swindoll
Conflicts among God’s people are not new. Personality clashes, doctrinal differences, church squabbles, denominational splits, competition among preachers, public arguments, and private grudges are—unfortunately—commonplace. Instead of being a beautiful model of harmony, as one body, we frequently opt for sustaining offenses rather than forgiving and overlooking a wrong. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
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