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How to Deal With Difficult People

Dealing with difficult people is a part of life. Relationships are hard and it's not easy to confront people. Here you'll find biblical truths to help you navigate through difficult relationships.

Honor your parents. Are you too self-centered and selfish to show honor to them? Something to think about.

Honor your parents. Are you too self-centered and selfish to show honor to them?

Devote time to developing into a woman who cares nothing but loving, serving, honoring, and glorifying Jesus Christ. Never for a man. Just being out of whom our Heavenly Prince is.

"Find a woman who cares about nothing but loving, serving, honoring, and glorifying Jesus Christ, and you will tryly see who is the 'fairest of them all' " .

Dealing with difficult people is a part of life. How can we handle them with care? Here are a few tips for dealing with difficult people.

How to Deal With Difficult People

Dealing with difficult people is a part of life. How can we handle them with care? Here are a few tips for dealing with difficult people.

When you make your wedding vows, you make promises to each other and to God. Times will test your relationship. How do you withstand the trials relationships face?

When You Say Your Vows, Do You Really Understand Them

Some things to think about when you write your vows.What do you really want to promise?

A true man...

Something for the future to convey to the little men I am trying raise. True manhood does not seek to compromise a woman's purity; true manhood stands up to heroically protect it.

Recite

1 TImothy (KJV): "In like manner also, that women adorn themselves in modest apparel, with shamefacedness and sobriety; not with broided hair, or gold, or costly array; But (which becometh women professing godliness) with good works.

Parenting Future Adults: 3 Lessons I Hope My Kids Learn Before Leaving Home http://candidlychristian.com/parenting-future-adults/

Parenting Future Adults: 3 Lessons I Hope My Kids Learn Before Leaving Home http://candidlychristian.com/parenting-future-adults/

When we give God a thoughtful, intentional gift of our time, it's a special gift. An offering to the Lord of a part of ourselves, a part of our day. The best part, without defect, as a gift to Him.

A Special Gift

God desires the gift of our time, a special gift, not out of religious rules, but a desire for relationship. Our gift of time from the best part of our day.

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