Hello there, my friends!
What a crazy week, right? Can you believe we’re at the end of March already? Wild!
Thank you all for sticking with me through this study. Boundaries are a tricky topic, no matter who you are or where you’ve come from. There are so many caveats and exceptions, which is why it’s difficult to make broad, sweeping generalizations.
Throughout March we’ve been discussing why boundaries are important, why they’re biblical, and last week, we talked about how to enforce our own boundaries. But what about respecting the boundaries of people around us? Does the Bible have anything to say about that?
Of course it does. The Bible talks about every situation you will ever face in life. You just have to look for it.
So for this final week of March 2022, we’re going to be talking about how the Bible instructs us to treat other people. If you’ve ever had concerns about whether you are a “boundary breaker” or not, this will help. If you can take these truths and make them into habits in your life, you’ll not only become a better friend, but you’ll learn some important things about your own mindset too.
Believe me. There’s nothing more revealing about your own personal mindset than making time to analyze how you treat other people.
Here are our topics for this week:
March 28 - The Golden Rule
March 29 - Being patient with others
March 30 - Learning to listen
March 31 - Checking your heart first
April 1 - Freedom and consequences
I’m so excited about this week. It was a challenge for me to write, and I pray that it will challenge you as well in your relationships. The Lord wants all of us to be healthy emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually, and we all have to start with our own inner selves.
The memory verse for this week is a powerful one too, Galatians 5:13.
I’m so thankful God set us free, but we have a lot of responsibilities that go along with our freedom. It’s high time that many of us stepped up to that plate.
As we finish out the first quarter of the year, please know that you are always in my prayers. I hope that God has shown Himself to you through our time together, and I pray that He will continue to lead you forward this year. We serve a great and mighty God, don’t we? He’s just so good.
Love to you all,
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