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Understanding & Dealing With Conflict

Since Adams willful disobedience, man has experienced all types of conflict, from within ourselves and from the people around us. Conflict is a disagreement or clash between ideas, principles, or people which takes place when two or more values, perspectives or opinions are contradictory in nature and have not been aligned or agreed about. It often occurs when perceptions are used as absolutes and uncertainties are interpreted as truths. The Objective of this study is to answer the following questions. When does conflict occur? What is conflict in motion? Are all conflicts detrimental? How should we deal with different types of conflict? What rules of conduct must we follow? What are the best ways to avoid conflict? What is the best way to manage conflict? How do we defer anger during conflict? The following situations are when conflicts occur. Within ourselves … Read entire article »

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Understanding Hidden Wrath

Hidden Wrath is differed anger, maliciousness, deceitfulness, craftiness, and the ferociousness embodied in people who are hurt, wounded, envious, jealous, insecure and ill informed, who directly or indirectly attack or mislead the innocent to bring themselves a sense of joy and release. This study will show us how to identify and avoid these people, so we can live in peace and harmony. Our objective will be to answer the following questions. When does hidden anger manifest itself? What problems does gossip cause? What is the main reason for someone gossiping? How does someone with hidden anger hide their intentions? How is deceit often hidden? Who is our greatest enemy? What’s the mark of a foolish man? We will address the source of antagonistic situations that many of us may have encountered over the course of our lives that … Read entire article »

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Walking Righteously Among The Unrighteous

We will be focusing on one of the most challenging behaviors we need to acquire through our study of the covenant and our diligence to remain disciples of righteousness, YAH’s expectation on how we are to interact with people who are not walking in the covenant and the ones who claim to be friends but are adversaries, not because they despise Elohim directly, but because they have become the servants of jealousy, vanity, greed, envy, pride, and any other character flaws that inhibit righteous development and collective cohesiveness. Our objective is to answer the following questions. How do we interact with those living outside the covenant? What role does wisdom and prudence play in relating to others? Who should we consider an enemy? Who are the ones considered unclean? How do we show our commitment and love … Read entire article »

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Understanding Humility

The righteous shall inherit the land, and live in it forever. (Psa 37:29 RNWEB) My eyes will be on the faithful of the land, that they may dwell with me. He who walks in a perfect way, he will serve me. (Psa 101:6 RNWEB) This is the reason it’s important to hold our post, be committed, not just convicted by words but showing our conviction by what we practice and the tenants that we hold true through our works. We are measured by what we do, not the seemingly good intentions we think or say, it’s only those that are truly righteous and faithful that will inherit the coming Kingdom. But the humble shall inherit the land, and shall delight themselves in the abundance of peace. (Psa 37:11 RNWEB) Who are the humble? In this … Read entire article »

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Marked By Law

The objective of this study is to understand the purpose of YAH’s law called the Torah and answer the following questions: Why are Elohim’s laws so vitally important to us? Why did he find it necessary to give them to us? What is his law supposed to accomplish? Why does Christianity teach against these laws? We will cover the purpose of Elohim’s laws, the overall objective of his code of ethics, and the belief that the law has been nullified. We will start this study by defining Law and Sin to establish a common understanding of their meanings. Law or Torah: Law, direction, instructions. Instruction or direction, human or divine. Body of legal directives. Custom or manner. The law allows us to see things about our character and nature that we wouldn’t normally be able to see. Others may have seen things … Read entire article »

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Understanding Prayer

For thousands of years we have had conversations with our heavenly father through prayer. However, why do we pray, and what do we know about it? For many praying is something handed down through the traditions of their parents, for others their religious leaders has taught them how to pray and what to pray for. More significantly what does the scripture have to say about prayer? In this study we will examine the subject of prayer and answer the following questions. How do we pray? When do we pray? What prayers are heard, and which are rejected? Why are prayers rejected? In prayer do we ask for carnal gain or spiritual awareness? Many people wonder if YAH even hears their prayers or acknowledges them. We will answer many of the questions surrounding this topic through careful examination of … Read entire article »

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