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    The Power of Compromise

    Relation(fit) // Part 5
    1 Corinthians 13:4-7

    Focusing on verses 4-5, we learn that compromise is necessary for healthy relationships. Compromise isn’t always a negative word, because in a relationship built on love, cooperative compromise will cultivate deeper trust.

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    The Power of Complement

    Relation(fit) // Part 4
    1 Corinthians 13:4-7, Genesis 2:18

    There is a major difference between the psychology and thought processing patterns of male & female brains. Although opposite and different, together they complement one another. We get this idea from Genesis 2:18, where God says He is going to make mankind a “helpmate” (literally - one who sees in the opposite direction). Together, we have the full picture and can accomplish a greater mission & purpose. In the same way, every person is unique and different, but our differences don't have to contradict - they can complement. God will tell a greater story through our lives when we learn to come together.

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    The Power of Co-operation

    Relation(fit) // Part 3
    1 Corinthians 13:4-7

    Parenting is all about cooperation with both spouse and child(ren). Any team divided against itself will fall and the parent/spouse and parent/child relationship is a team effort. In order for parenting or “childing” to work, we have to realize we are on the same team and both want the best for each other.

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    The Power of Commitment

    Relation(fit) // Part 2
    1 Corinthians 13:4-7

    Emphasizing verse 7, we see that healthy relationships are based on commitment. Without commitment, there is no security, and where there is no security, there is no trust, and where there is no trust, there is no relationship. Failing to commit is committing to fail.

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