Wisdom . . .

Some people appear to thrive on conflict. They are always picking on others, arguing, attempting to get something started. You might say that they fight just for the sake of it, not because they believe in a particular cause. They are quick to engage in and press their energy fighting other people's conflicts in which they really have no stake. These people seem confident but they make very poor decisions, so others learn to ignore them and not take them seriously. These type of people must always win in order to feel good about themselves. When it comes to your relationships with others, you should seek wisdom from above. When you have it you won't have the need to place everyone else down just to show how strong or cleaver you are. Real confidence, including confidence in your ability to make good decisions, comes from within. "The wisdom from above is first pure, then peace loving, gentle and willing to yield to others, it is full of mercy and good deeds. It shows no favoritism, and willing to yield to others. It is full of mercy and good deeds. It displays absolutely no favoritism and is always sincere. And you will find that those who are peacemakers plant seeds of peace and reap a harvest of righteousness".(James 3:17). When you operate according to these scriptural principles, you will know if a battle is worthy of your time and effort. If you keep your eyes on the prize that God has established before you, you will realize that some things aren't worth your time and energy. As a result you will make better decisions about your life as well as your relationships.

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