Monday Re:Verse Blog Post – 4/22/19

Re:Verse passage – 2 Samuel 15 (day one)

Join us as Senior Pastor Chris Johnson, Associate Pastor Aaron Hufty and Associate Pastor Bryan Richardson walk us through 2 Samuel 15.

4 thoughts on “Monday Re:Verse Blog Post – 4/22/19”

  1. My question is, “Doesn’t David see all this mess in his family as ‘sins of the father to the 3rd and 4th generation’?” Are we so dysfunctional even as Christians that we can’t gather our children ( grown) and their spouses (thankfully not concubines) together and talk out feelings, actions, etc. The pebble in the pond sends out vibrations that touch all parts of the pond. Wow. Such a read. Love my new word SMARMY. I might add it can be sins of the mother, too.

  2. Smarmy: adjective (smarmier, smarmiest): ingratiating and wheedling in a way that is perceived as insincere or excessive. Also an adverb, smarmily, and a noun, smarminess.

    I want to know how I can get an autographed copy of that Tribbles photo! 🙂

    Great discussion.

  3. Conflict is part of life. I am concerned if there is no conflict or when there is no feedback in whatever we are doing. As long as we live, there will be conflicts. Conflict can help us grow as a person, as a family, a team or as an organization or can tear us down or destroy us if a conflicting issue or a concern is not raised or addressed timely and with an intent to find a solution and a resolution for reaching a mutual agreement.

    Personal or organizational improvements, innovative ideas and good development efforts come out from positive conflicts. Positive conflicts will help us address the following questions: What do we do well? What we do not do well?, and what should or can we do differently?

    There are two types of conflicts I have come to experience: positive and negative. The article below will explain these concepts a little bit deeper!

    The David-Absalom conflict or the David family’s conflict is a negative one. David as a head of his family got what he put in or created. I believe in the Great Law if Karma. Generally, you get what you put in or what goes around comes around. There are consequences for evil or immoral acts!

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