A willingness to sacrifice and to be transformed by the Savior helps us to live peaceably with all people.
Read the following Scriptures
Individual Church members strengthen the entire Church by seeking to live peaceably with all people.
In Romans 14:1-15:3
Paul Taught How to Deal with Differences in Matters of Personal Discretion
Romans 14: 6-12
Romans 14: 13-15, 20-22
Romans 14: 17, 19; 15:2
Principles to Guide Our Decisions in Matters of Personal Discretion
Romans 14:6–12. We are accountable to God for our choices in matters of personal discretion. We should not judge or condemn others for such choices but should leave judgment to the Lord.
Romans 14:13–15, 20–22. We should consider the effects of our personal choices on others and be willing to forgo some things if they might cause someone to stumble spiritually.
Romans 14:17, 19; 15:2. Promoting peace and edification in the Church is a higher priority than following personal preferences. We should live with Christlike unselfishness.
Romans 15:1. Those who are strong in the faith should bear with the needs of those who might be weaker in the faith.
In matters of personal discretion, we promote peace and edification in the Church by being aware of how our actions affect others and by refraining from judging others.