Fault

Fault

Great danger can arise when we have a relationship breakdown. No matter who is at fault, the Bible has clear instructions on what to do to bring healing and restoration to any relationship. Join Dr. James Merritt as he details the process of reconciliation for both the offender and the offended in the series Fault.

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  • Confession: Start At The Epicenter - June 12, 2016

    When we sin against another person, it's easy to take the path of least resistance, and just hide from the situation altogether. But that never solves anything. On top of that, we're often left with paralyzing guilt no matter how hard we try to pretend everything is fine. Don't sweep things under...

  • Seismic Shift - June 19, 2016

    When we take responsibility for our sin and the destruction it brings to our relationships, there's more to the process of making things right than merely confessing to God and the person we've wronged. The next step can be the hardest one of all--true repentance. Repentance is more than saying y...

  • Planting Your Feet - June 26, 2016

    Sometimes it's really difficult to lose the guilt we feel when we're at fault and have hurt others deeply. Guilt isn't from God; it's from Satan. If you've done all that God outlined in His Word to receive forgiveness from Him, and to make things right with the people you have wronged, even if t...

  • Surviving the Big One - July 3, 2016

    Many of us go years, decades even, holding a grudge against someone who hurt us deeply. Maybe that person is aware of the damage they've done to the relationship, or maybe the only way they will ever know is if you confront them - in love. Don't lose another relationship because you're afraid of ...

  • Shockproof - July 10, 2016

    Have you ever heard the saying that bitterness is like taking poison and waiting for the other person to die? It sounds crazy, doesn't it? But it's true. The problem with bitterness is it grows and it controls and it consumes. Bitterness doesn't hurt anyone else more than it does the one who harb...