Relationships are tricky. They require sensitivity, skill, time and effort. Even then, despite our best efforts, sometimes things go wrong. The Bible is the ultimate source of relationship wisdom because it was given to us by the One Who created people. Conflict and friction in relationships shouldn’t surprise us when, either out of ignorance or rebellion, we ignore the advice given to us by God. Some of the best advice is when God tells us to look closely at our own faults before criticizing others. That’s what Pastor Scott talks about in the third message of his Friction series entitled Peacemaking: Removing Logs.