Journal Summary

This is a summary of your journal entries from all 6 lessons. You may print this page for your own records, or for your coach or to take with you to a class that requires it for preparation.

Lesson 1: Remember Whose You Are

In spite of your sinful nature, how does your heavenly Father view:

  1. you?

  2. the person with whom you are in conflict?

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In light of how your heavenly Father views you both:

  1. What is your worth to God?

  2. What is the other person’s worth to God?

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Other reflections:

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Lesson 2: Repent Before God

Regarding the heart idol of pride and arrogance:

  1. How are you judging the other person when your desires are not met?

  2. How are you getting even with the other person when your desires are not met? Be sure to consider how you talk about them to others or on social media.

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Regarding the heart idol of pride and arrogance:

  1. How are you judging the other person when your desires are not met?

  2. How are you getting even with the other person when your desires are not met? Be sure to consider how you talk about them to others or on social media.

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Regarding the heart idol of good things that I want too much:

  1. What do you find yourself thinking about much of the time?

  2. What causes you the most worry? How has your anxiety replaced your trust in God?

  3. Fill in this blank: “If only _________________, then I would be happy, fulfilled, and secure.” What does this suggest to you about your trust in God for what you desire?

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What hope does God promise you? (See 1 John 1:9; Romans 5:8, 15:13; Ephesians 1:7.)

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Lesson 3: Receive God's Forgiveness

List one or two Bible references where God promises you His forgiveness because of the atoning work of Jesus? (If unable to recall, scroll back above through the lesson).

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As God forgives you for Jesus’ sake, does He also forgive the sins committed against you by the other person?  How do you know?  

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Write a prayer regarding this conflict:

  1. Thank God for His love and forgiveness for both you and the other person.

  2. Ask for God’s help in forgiving others as you have been forgiven.

  3. Pray not only for yourself, but also for those with whom you have unresolved conflicts

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Other Reflections:

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Lesson 4: Confess to the Other Person

If you could go back in time and do anything differently in your encounter with the other person, what would that be? Reflecting on your answer, what have you failed to do as a child of God?

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Compare your thoughts, words, and actions to what the Bible describes in 1 Corinthians 13:4-7. How have you failed to love the other people involved in your dispute?

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If you have not confessed your wrongs to the other person, write a prayer for God’s help in confessing to the other person. Then use the Guidelines in this lesson to prepare your words.

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Other Reflections:

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Lesson 5: Forgive as God has Forgiven You

What grieves you the most about what has happened?

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What is keeping you from forgiving the other person?

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Write a prayer to God. You might include:

  • Confessing your sins of unforgiveness, bitterness, grudges, hatred, or anger that you may have in your heart.

  • Thanking Him for the forgiveness of all your sins.

  • Seeking His help to forgive as He has forgiven you.

  • Asking God to bless the person who has wronged you.

  • Praying that God reconciles your relationship with the other person.

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Other Reflections:

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Lesson 6: Restore with Gentleness

Review Galatians 6:1. Identify the sins that you believe have ensnared the other person.

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If these were your sins, describe what another person could do that would help free you from your entanglement.

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Write a prayer seeking God’s guidance for both of you.

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Other Reflections:

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