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A way to solve negotiation stumblingblocks: Psalms 119:165 "Great peace have they which love your law-(What law? Is it the ten commandments? Nope. The ten commandments are mostly "shall not, do not" instructions. That's ok. It's good to avoid certain things. However the New Testament goes far beyond this, instructing us to go to great lengths to love one another. In this the law truly is fulfilled -John 13:35; Romans 13:10; Matthew 5:23-25).and nothing shall offend them." 
    Having the very best interests of our opponents at heart.(Matthew 5:44-46).is the right step towards both parties coming out of negotiations successful. But you must realize things about the unseen world behind the scenes. What good is winning an argument if you lose involvement with another. One is never 'right' if another has real or imagined reasons to dislike you. One is never right if he has turned the tide further away from friendship for no other justification than the winning of an argument. With this in mind, one looks for what can be agreed upon and avoids that which can separate and take everyone involved further from harmony. A discussion is the exchange of ideas. An argument is the expressing of ignorance. 
    The strong one is always the one who has the most (in all ways) to give. He's the one that makes it all happen, that controls the leverage. Because he has decided to find some niche, some way.(Psalms 122:9).to reach the other, he's aligned with God.(Luke 6:35,36), has God's guidance and wonderful new things come to mind when needed. 
    But what if another gloats over your clumsy expressions of love which may give him an advantage? -Matthew 5:38-42.
    Asking God for wisdom in the relationship.(1Kings 5:12; James 1:5).would also be a good thing to do. 
    Perhaps use the words 'wise' and 'wisdom' to search for references regarding this subject. When you're in God and He's in you, inspiring you, guiding you and backing you up, what have you to fear? -again, 1John 4:18; 2Timothy 1:7. The key to a loyal mate and the key to building love in a relationship

A Poem From A Six Year Old Girl In Tennessee
 (as told by her grandmother – name unknown)

"God is a Spirit and He needs bodies. He lives in my 
mommy and daddy. When I'm loving them, I'm loving God. 
    God needs bodies. Some have lights in them and know 
Him, but some do not know Him, but He loves them anyway. 
    God lives in everybody, but they don't know it and they 
don't have any lights inside. When they find out God loves them,
their lights will go on."


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A kid's view on love and marriage:
Question: How would you make a marriage work?
Answer: Tell your wife that she looks pretty even
if she looks like a truck. ... Ricky, age 10.
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