Avoiding strife

  • Love is the antidote for strife (Prov. 10:12)

  • Humbling taking advice can help us avoid strife (Prov. 13:10)

  • Being slow to anger is another antidote for strife (Prov. 15:18)

  • Being fast to listen and slow to speak can temper us (James 1:19)

  • A gentle answer turns away wrath (Prov. 15:1)

  • Where there is no gossiper, contention quiets down (Prov. 26:20)

  • Simply, refuse to argue (Prov. 17:19; Philippians 1:15)

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