Planting Your Feet
How many times do we do something wrong and then we try to analyze it and rationalize it. We say things like, “I am not the only one who has done this” or “This is not going to hurt anybody.” Or we blame the problem on something else or somebody else, because we are living in a “no fault” society. David finally realized you will never get clean until you come clean. David was not put on the freeway of forgiveness until he finally recognized his sin for what it really was.
Who is to blame?
When relationships break--a spouse, a child or parent, a friend, a co-worker--the first thing we often look for is who to blame. But if we spend all of our time looking for the fault, we'll miss the opportunity to understand what went wrong and restore the relationship. All of us live with divides between people in our lives. Those who have let us down, or hurt us, or that we disagree with. And keeping distance takes time and energy.
God says there is a better way. We really can move past fixing the blame, and start fixing our relationships. In this teaching series, Lead Pastor James Merritt details practical principles from the Bible for mending the most broken of relationships. If you're suffering from a broken relationship, join us for this great teaching series, and learn how to mend hearts and minds, God's way.