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John Crotts–Graciousness: Tempering Truth with Love

Posted On June 4, 2018

On today’s episode of the Equipping You in Grace Podcast, Dave Jenkins and John Crotts talk about the place and practice of graciousness in the Christian life and John’s latest book, Graciousness: Tempering Truth with Love (Reformation Heritage Books, 2018).

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • Prayer and dealing with difficult people.
  • How Christians can grow in kindness in engaging in theological discussion.
  • In what way Jesus is the ultimate example of every virtue including graciousness.
  • What the Apostle Paul can teach Christians about learning to be more gracious.
  • What the Ephesian church has to teach Christians today about loving sound doctrine and people.
  • Learning to see people through the eyes of Jesus and to treat like Jesus would through our words and actions.
  • How the Church can improve in the area of relational maturity.
  • How to navigate dealing with difficult people in Christian life.
  • The importance of keeping short accounts with God and with others.
  • Confronting pride in our own lives and growing in humility.
  • Learning to speak the truth in love, seasoned with grace, to people we love.

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