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Restoring with Gentleness

June 28, 2018

Description: When we restore people in a spirit of gentleness, we help them become strengthened into who they ought to be. In part 3 of 4 on Gentleness, Seth explains the importance of using gentleness and humility to restore someone who has fallen into sin. Scripture Focus: Galatians 6:1 “Restore the one in a spirit of gentleness.” Key point: In order to restore people gently, we have to operate in humility, remembering where we once were before God restored us. Restoration means: Make adjustments that strengthen and cause a person to become who he ought to be. Question: What has God saved you from in your own life that required gentleness? Challenge: Give the fruit of gentleness to those in your life that need restoration, and recognize that you could be in the same place. Quotes: “When we restore people gently we help them become who they ought to be, not only that, we actually protect ourselves from falling into the same things they fall into. It’s a sign we are in humility because we recognize ‘I could be where you are right now.’”

Seth Dahl

Seth Dahl is a writer and worldwide speaker to adults and children. He is known for his powerful wisdom communicated through a contagious joy and childlikeness. With over 15 years experience working with children and being a children’s pastor at Bethel, Seth has cultivated a passion to help parents and children alike create a thriving family culture at home. Seth, Lauren, and their three children homestead on a small farm in California with a large garden and a handful of animals.