What Does The Bible Say About Honoring Agreements

with Nekomentované

God always keeps His Word and He expects you to do the same. God will not be mocked. It`s always better to do only what you know needs to be done than to make promises. No one likes it when someone doesn`t keep their word. If you made a promise to someone or God and broke it, repent and learn from your mistake. Stop making promises, but instead do God`s will and He will help you in all situations to simply seek Him in prayer. Beloved, if our hearts do not judge us, we trust in God; and whatever we ask for, we receive from Him because we keep His commandments and do what Pleases Him. So they left. When he came out again around the sixth hour and in the ninth hour, he did the same. The problem with fear is that it`s about me. I focus on my loss, my needs, or my desire to avoid conflict.

While love focuses on the other person, fear is about protecting oneself. What does this mean for us as coaches? Now that coaching is about the client and not the coach, make deals for fear of starting your coaching relationship on the wrong foot. And whatever you ask for in prayer, you will receive if you have faith. Do not worry about anything, but make your requests known to God through prayer and supplication with thanksgiving. Biblical Reasons for Coaching Contracts Because what we do comes from who we are (Matthew 12:34), understanding what constitutes biblical practice begins by determining what constitutes a biblical motive. What is the reason why we enter into a contractual relationship? Sometimes agreements are motivated by the fear of being exploited again, of not being paid for our work, or of having to endure conflicts of expectations. If you were around the block, something like this probably happened to you at some point. However, the Bible speaks very clearly of acting out of a motivation of fear: but when the people of Gibeon heard what had done to Joshua Jericho and Ai, they in turn acted cleverly and went to stock up and took worn bags for their donkeys and weeds, carried and torn and patched, with worn and patched sandals on their feet and worn clothes. And all their supplies were dry and crumbly. And they went to Joshua in Gilgal`s camp and said to him and the men of Israel, „We came from a distant land, so now make an alliance with us.“ But the men of Israel said to the Hivites, „Perhaps you live among us; So how can we make a covenant with you? ». Or something he swore wrongly, he will completely restore it and add a fifth and give it to the one who owns it, the day he realizes his guilt.

Scripture says to be wise like snakes and innocent like doves. I`m not advocating stupidity. .