By Julie Clinton
The greatest communication tool God created is your ears.
• Be a good listener (James 1:19).
• Reflect and think through what is being spoken (Proverbs 15:23).
• Be sensitive to and respectful of your partner (Ephesians 4:31; 1 Peter 3:7).
• Speak the truth—but always in love (Ephesians 4:15; Colossians 3:9).
• Don’t fight or respond in anger (Ephesians 4:26, 31; Proverbs. 17:14; 18:7; 1 Peter 3:9).
• Confess and forgive when necessary (James 5:16; Proverbs 17:9; Ephesians. 4:32).
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Julie Clinton M.Ad., M.B.A. Is president of Extraordinary Women and host of Ewomen conferences all across America. A woman of deep faith, she cares passionately about seeing women live out their dreams by finding their freedom in Christ. Julie and her husband, Dr. Tim Clinton, live in Virginia and are the parents of Zach and Megan, who is married to Ben Allison.
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