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Worry and Fret! They Will Never Change!

Worried

Freedom makes sense, but what if they continue with their bad values and bad behavior? It is hard to not to worry that worse things will happen. Even if you recognize your controlling actions and attitude then stop, it can easily come back when you ask yourself those types of questions or questions like these.But what […]

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People Are Free to Act However They Want

People Are Free to Act However They Want

Hopefully, as you learn about GR8 Relationships, you are learning more about freedom in relationships. Now you have a difficult question to answer. Do you accept that people are free to act however they want? (Of course, there are clear examples and great reasons to limit other’s freedom that will be discussed later. For now, entertain […]

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Love Solves the PROBLEM!

Love Solves the PROBLEM

It is easy to see how many ways people try to fix a relationship. Most often, people think the solution is found in the other person changing. That may help, but that isn’t the solution. Actually, love solves THE PROBLEM and all relationship problems. You might accept that statement without really knowing what we are […]

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Love Is THE Solution for Relationship Problems

Love is THE Solution

Love is THE solution for all relationship problems. In fact, love will solve THE PROBLEM for all relationships. And, if you have read or watched any of the GR8 Relationships material, you know the PROBLEM is when you “make everything about ME!”What Is Love?When you say you “love” someone, what are you actually saying? Since God’s […]

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Responsible Freedom or Irresponsible Freedom?

Responsible Freedom or Irresponsible Freedom

Responsible freedom means you see others as having their own choices. You limit your own freedom because of love which means you pursue the best for others. As a Christian, you are completely free, but that wasn’t always true. You were born with a nature that is dead (Ephesians 2:1) and does no good (Romans 3:12). […]

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Individual Rights and Freedom Used Incorrectly

Individual Rights and Freedom Used Incorrectly

Be careful, if you promote individual rights without humility and, especially without love. When you don’t include love, you encourage irresponsible freedom. Your “flashing ME” will always see your rights as more important than theirs! When you push for your rights and freedoms, you create a structure that demands others give up their freedom in order […]

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