God’s Purposes for Relational Distance: A Means to a Good End
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There are times when stepping back to impose distance in a difficult relationship is a godly choice. But Andrews notes that some people have trouble doing this because they feel intense pressure to immediately fix relationships when there is strife. In response, she lays out how God’s plan of redemption uses periods of relational distance as a means to a good end and examines how he helps us work through relational challenges with one another.