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Personal Offense and Protecting the Accused (Mt 18)

Flowchart based on the situation of a perceived offense in Matthew 18.15-20

Personal Offense and Protecting the Accused (Mt 18): Jesus makes it clear that in a situation of perceived offense, the obligation of church members is to proceed in a manner that protects the accused.

The progression, always with the option to “drop it” and always with the desire to “win them,” is:

  1. Go in private.
  2. Go with one or two.
  3. Take it before the church.
  4. Let them be.
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PDF ver. 2014-03-01
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PDF version history:
2014-03-01: Updated SKU
2008-02-14: New release; w. signif. style rev.

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