How can I respond if a fellow believer does not trust me?


Clarify Share Report Asked July 29 2015 1478533540 Norma Lewis

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Mini Robert Leclair Currently a servant in a video ministry.
We are commanded by Jesus to love one another. When we love someone as Jesus is speaking of it is an uncompromising, complete trust. I would offer to you that if a fellow believer does not "trust" you, perhaps they have a problem that the two of you can talk out and settle "before you bring your gift to the altar", and then if God shows you that there is something to be settled then settle it, and I think you will see the love/trust restored.
I hope this helps!

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