Just the way you are
The American Reformed theologian and radio broadcast host R.C. Sproul once said, “The heart of a relationship is to know others for who they are and still value, accept, and love them.”
It’s very easy to focus on one another’s faults and flaws when it comes to our relationships. Similar to the verse in Matthew 7:3, where it alludes to us seeing the speck in someone else’s eye and ignoring the plank in our own, we often point the finger and demand the other person change in order to achieve harmony in the relationship.
However, in a Christ-centered relationship, believers are to practice humility with one another. Instead of judging and condemning, we are to forgive, show grace, and reconcile—just as Christ did for us.
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