PART 1 DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
James tells us to be quick to listen and slow to speak. When we’re in conflict, most of us are quick to do s something, but it’s usually not to listen. How would you fill in these blanks?
Where or when is it hardest for you to be quick to listen and slow to speak?
Online/on social media
With my parents
With my children
With my friends
With my siblings
With my co-workers
Can you remember a time when someone was quick to listen to you—your opinion or point of view? How did it change the course of your conversation?
“If the two of you aren’t right, it doesn’t matter who’s right.” How does this statement change the way you might interact in the future with someone who believes differently than you?
Can you think of anyone you’ve been trying to be right at instead of right with? What step can you take this week to put your relationship before your righteousness (or “rightness”)?
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