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When a problem happens or someone does something to hurt you, where do you begin working through this relational problem? What is your starting point? May I make a suggestion to help you work through hurts, whether they are of your making or what someone did to you?
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The first lesson in problem-solving begins with God. He is your starting point, but more than just starting with Him, you start with what you know about God. The Lord is your starting point, and good is what you know about Him: God is good. That, my friend, must always be your starting place when working through any problem.
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And it must be the lens through which you interpret, process, and work through what is happening to you. Remember that your starting point will determine your ending point.
If you begin problem-solving with the goodness of God in all things, you will end with the goodness of God in all things. If you start with evil, anger, fear, revenge, demands, or unforgiveness, you will end with a plate of bitter herbs and broken relationships.
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