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Everyday Peacemaker

Peacemaker wisdom #1

by P. Brian Noble / October 13, 2018

Peacemaker Wisdom is a series of blog posts that  takes a 360 degree look at keys to interacting with others from a biblical perspective. This 360 degree look will help each of us handle conflict or tension in life with actions that Glorify God. Subscribe to this blog today. Let’s look at our first one.

 Ephesians 4:1–3 (NASB95)

1 Therefore I, the prisoner of the Lord, implore you to walk in a manner worthy of the calling with which you have been called, 2 with all humility and gentleness, with patience, showing tolerance for one another in love, 3 being diligent to preserve the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace.

Peacemaker Wisdom: 
Watch your walk

Watching the Path of your feet is very important.  Look at the wisdom from proverbs.

 Proverbs 4:26–27 (NASB95)
26 Watch the path of your feet And all your ways will be established. 27 Do not turn to the right nor to the left; Turn your foot from evil.

The Path of a Peacemaker is a relationally wise path that has been established for centuries. Let’s look at 6 easily measurable qualities to exercising wisdom in our relationships. Take your time and truly evaluate yourself.

Peacemaker Wisdom:
Walk worthy

Ephesians 4:1–3 (NASB95)
1 Therefore I, the prisoner of the Lord, implore you to walk in a manner worthy of the calling with which you have been called, 2 with all humility and gentleness, with patience, showing tolerance for one another in love, 3 being diligent to preserve the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace.

 Prayer: Heavenly Father help me clearly see if I am walking worthy of the calling that you have called me to. I want to Glorify you and honor you. In Jesus Name Amen.

 Measure:

Peacemakers Relational Wisdom Measurement 1

Application: Write down some practical actions, behaviors that you can begin to build into your life to walk worthy of God’s calling in your life.

 Peacemaker Wisdom:
Walk humbly

Ephesians 4:1–3 (NASB95)
1 Therefore I, the prisoner of the Lord, implore you to walk in a manner worthy of the calling with which you have been called, 2 with all humility and gentleness, with patience, showing tolerance for one another in love, 3 being diligent to preserve the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace.

 Prayer: Heavenly Father help me clearly see if I am filled with pride. I desire humility. I desire to Glorify You.  In Jesus Name Amen.

 Measure:
Peacemakers Relational Wisdom Measurement 2

Application: Write down some practical actions, behaviors that you can begin to build into your life to show humility in your relationships.

 Peacemaker Wisdom:
Walk gently

 Ephesians 4:1–3 (NASB95)
1 Therefore I, the prisoner of the Lord, implore you to walk in a manner worthy of the calling with which you have been called, 2 with all humility and gentleness, with patience, showing tolerance for one another in love, 3 being diligent to preserve the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace.

 Prayer: Heavenly Father help me clearly see if I am walking in gentleness. I desire to Glorify you. In Jesus Name Amen.

 Measure:
Peacemakers Relational Wisdom Measurement 3

Application: Write down some practical actions, behaviors that you can begin to build into your life to be more gentle.

 Peacemaker Wisdom:
Walk patiently

 Ephesians 4:1–3 (NASB95)
1 Therefore I, the prisoner of the Lord, implore you to walk in a manner worthy of the calling with which you have been called, 2 with all humility and gentleness, with patience, showing tolerance for one another in love, 3 being diligent to preserve the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace.

 Prayer: Heavenly Father help me clearly see if I am interacting in impatience or in patience. In Jesus Name Amen.

 Measure:

Peacemakers Relational Wisdom Measurement 4 Application: Write down some practical actions, behaviors that you can begin to build into your life to be more patient.

 Peacemaker Wisdom:
Walk showing tolerance

 Ephesians 4:1–3 (NASB95)
1 Therefore I, the prisoner of the Lord, implore you to walk in a manner worthy of the calling with which you have been called, 2 with all humility and gentleness, with patience, showing tolerance for one another in love, 3 being diligent to preserve the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace.

 Prayer: Heavenly Father help me clearly see if I am intolerant of others differences. Help me not to set myself up as God. Help me to respect others differences.  In Jesus Name Amen.

 Measure:
Peacemakers Relational Wisdom Measurement 5

Application: Write down some practical actions, behaviors that you can begin to build into your life to walk worthy of God’s calling in your life.

 Peacemaker Wisdom:
Walk diligently

Ephesians 4:1–3 (NASB95)
1 Therefore I, the prisoner of the Lord, implore you to walk in a manner worthy of the calling with which you have been called, 2 with all humility and gentleness, with patience, showing tolerance for one another in love, 3 being diligent to preserve the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace.

 Prayer: Heavenly Father help me to be diligent to preserve the unity of the Spirit in the body of peace. In Jesus Name Amen.

 Measure:
Peacemakers Relational Wisdom Measurement 5-1

 Application: Write down some practical actions, behaviors that you can begin to build into your life diligence that preserves the unity of the Spirit. to walk worthy of God’s calling in your life.

 Thank You for taking the time to measure and build wisdom into each of your relationships. Let us know your story of how God is changing your life and bringing peace into your relationships. Email your story to me mystory@relationalwisdom.training

 Now go out in peace, live in peace, and make peace.

P. Brian Noble

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P. Brian Noble

P. Brian Noble

P. Brian Noble is an everyday guy who loves Jesus. He has been married to his best friend, Tanya, for 20 years and they have four children; they currently reside in eastern Washington. Brian has a Master of Arts in missional leadership from Northwest University. He is the Executive Director/CEO of Peacemaker Ministries. An ordained minister for the past 20+ years (3 years as a Youth Pastor, 14 years as a Senior Pastor, and 4 years as an Executive Pastor), he proclaims hope through the gospel message as the Holy Spirit empowers believers in their daily walk. He believes in the power of the Word of God to transform lives. He has been a Certified Christian Conciliator since 2008, with 1000+ hours of conflict coaching and mediation experience. His caseload has ranged from husband and wife cases, to family farm, to public schools, and even county government. Brian has taught peacemaking in local jails and even internationally in Uganda. His hope is that every Christian reconciles their differences in a way that glorifies God. His hope is that every Christian recognizes they are a Peacemaker before they try to do peacemaking. Finally, his hope is that every Christian reconciles by making authentic peace that blends justice, mercy, and humility.

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