August 17, 2018
“Dealing with Difficult People” (Part 2)
It’s been said that the difficult people we encounter can be our greatest teachers.
Difficult people come in all sizes and shapes. They show up at work and they show up at Walmart. They frequent family gatherings and they even make their presence known at church.
Difficult people are unavoidable and that’s why we need to know how to biblically deal with them. Our present three-week sermon series has been designed to help us do just that.
Our capstone Scripture for this series is Colossians 3:16. Prayerfully consider it from the Amplified Bible.
Let the [spoken] word of Christ have its home within you [dwelling in your heart and mind—permeating every aspect of your being] as you teach [spiritual things] and admonish and train one another with all wisdom, singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs with thankfulness in your hearts to God.
I do hope you can be with us this Sunday as we discuss the next 4 principles in dealing with difficult people.