Matthew 18:15 ESV

If your brother sins against you, go and tell him his fault, between you and him alone. If he listens to you, you have gained your brother.

16 Things to do When You are Offended
If the person does not feel they did anything wrong and assures you that you have misunderstood them, you must then take it at face value and move on.
Do You Know How to Rebuke?
If you think godly rebuke is simply telling someone that they are wrong, you have not learned how to speak the truth in love.
"Offense & Defense: How to be 'Won,'" Matthew 18:15-17, 23-35
The gospel leads you to cease from defending yourself when you've offended another, and it calls you to care for the one you've offended more than caring to ...
9/16/18 - Jesus Teaches Life Lessons: You Offend Me (Matthew 18:15-20)
Pastor Keith Kelley Special Music: Emily Kelley

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