Isaiah 58:7-11; 2 Corinthians 9:6-9; Matthew 5:7; Matthew 25:34-35
- Based on the above related scriptures, what attitude should believers have who desire their own needs to be met?
- What barriers to “meeting the needs of others” most often get in your way in your relationships?
- How can you apply the teaching of Proverbs 11:25 in your marriage starting today?
- Even if your spouse is not currently meeting your needs, what is your commitment based on the principle of “refreshing others” first?
> This teaching encourages me to take the following action today:
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