Tag Archives: Romans 12:10

R-E-S-P-E-C-T

R-E-S-P-E-C-T

Respect everyone, and love the family of believers. Fear God, and respect the king. — 1 Peter 2:17 NLT It was a rainy winter afternoon. Our youngest son was in middle school and I was walking down the school hallway following a meeting. As I opened my umbrella to ward off the chilly shower, I

“One Another” Commands

Scripture has a lot to say about how we should treat each other. In fact, the New Testament contains nearly forty verses of relational instructions, all containing the telling phrase “one another.” These “one another” commands in Scripture tell us how we are or are not to treat each other! Scripture is serious about relationships

Experiencing Jesus in Your Marriage

How to Save a Marriage Be kindly affectionate to one another with brotherly love, in honor giving preference to one another. — Romans 12:10 Randy and Victoria got engaged in February 1994. A short time later, Randy’s doctor informed him that the diabetes he had suffered with since age twelve had ruined his kidneys. He

Three Simple Steps to Defuse and Resolve Sibling Conflict

Make sure that nobody pays back wrong for wrong, but always strive to do what is good for each other and for everyone else. — 1 Thessalonians 5:15 “He’s picking on me!” “Mom, she won’t share!” “Get out of my room!” “Dad, he always gets to go first!” If you’re a parent to more than

Honor: How to Show It, and What the Bible Says

The Bible says that there are several different groups we should honor. I’m going to focus only on the three that I believe are most important for you to become all God wants you to be. Honor Your Parents First, we’re supposed to honor our parents. The Bible is incredibly clear on this one. It’s

The Real Meaning of Unconditional Love

There is no condition that causes me to be unloving or disrespectful. In other words, if I am unloving or disrespectful, it is not because of certain circumstances caused by others that make me react unlovingly or disrespectfully. I choose to be harsh, independent of the circumstances. As one parent admitted to me: “We tend to be Christlike when the

Bible Verses about Love

Bible Verses About Love

In a 70’s era television show, a young boy was talking about his relationship with a girl and said, “I like her, but I don’t like, like her.” In the show, the quote made sense, but is there a better way to indicate our feelings of affection?  The fact is, using a single word to

Top