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RECAP OF SUNDAY SERVICE MESSAGE WITH PASTOR KAREN VICTOR PRT1 CONFLICT  What is conflict?  1️⃣Conflict is a serious disagreement and argument about something important. 2️⃣If two people or groups are in conflict, they have had a serious disagreement or argument and have not yet reached an agreement. 3️⃣An active disagreement between people with opposing opinions or principles fighting between two or more groups of people or countries. 4️⃣To fight or disagree actively 5️⃣A situation in which there are opposing demands or ideas and a choice has to be made between them. Synonyms: Noun disaccord, discord, discordance, discordancy, disharmony, dissension (also dissention), dissent, dissidence, dissonance, disunion, disunity, division, friction, infighting, inharmony, schism, strife, variance, war, warfare Conflict can take on different forms. To understand personal conflict we need to understand that.... -People do not do things for our reasons, they do them for their own reasons, yet because of our judgment, we treat them as if they do.  Our conflict is seldom based on what a person does it is usually based on our judgment of why he did it.This is how so much conflict emerges in life.  The moment you attempt to determine why another person is doing what he or she is doing, you have given it significance.  Keep in mind that nothing has the power to hurt you until you attach significance to it.  Another person's actions are only as significant to you as the judgments you pass on them.  The judgment you make is based on your decision about why that person did what he did.  The degree of pain or insult you experience from the actions of another is based solely on the judgment you pass and the judgment you pass is your assumption of why he did what he did.  Passing judgment causes us to react to situations inappropriately.  The combination of our judgments and unacceptable behavior begins the cycle of sowing and reaping.  People heap judgment back on us because of the judgment we have sowed into their lives.  Simply giving up the right to judge would break the cycle of pain and torment while salvaging many valuable relationships. Nothing that happens outside of you has the power to hurt you until you judge it. Only when you judge something does it bear significance in your life.  Look at it this way: when people do something, you judge why they did it; you decide what their motive was.  Once you determine (judge) the motive, you give that event significance, or power. Remember that people act the way they do because of who they are and not because of you.  As a new creation in Christ Jesus with a new nature, we should be free from fear of being judged. Our self-worth should be established in our new identity in Jesus. As disciples of the Lord Jesus, we should trust His Word. We should be free from the need to judge; we should return to the place of experiencing life as an observer, free from the need to act as a god. JOIN US TOMORROW FOR PART 2 OF THIS SPECIAL SERIS. GOD BLESS YOU😊 #cesazone4 #WelcomeToTheFamily #CapeTown

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