Learn to Rejoice in Conflict

Desiring God | 1/8/2019 | Staff
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Our hope for Look at the Book is to help you learn to read the Bible for yourself. We invite you to consider the featured study questions below before watching the lab.

Loving others will be costly, uncomfortable, and countercultural. In this lab, John Piper shows four examples of love in the face of conflict.

Questions - Philippians

Some questions to ask as you read and study Philippians 3:1–2:

What is your natural reaction when you have conflict with someone you love? Someone you dislike?

Paul - Command - Humans - Dogs - Philippians

What does Paul command of us, even when we meet humans he labeled as “dogs” (Philippians 3:1–2)?

How can you prepare now to rejoice in the Lord when fiery conflicts come upon you?

Video - Offline - Vimeo - Look - Book

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Like a patient father, God graciously repeats foundational...
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