Sermon Discussion Questions: June 12, 2016
Sunday, June 12, 2016: AM
How should Christians be responding to the moral revolution happening in our day?
Why does Paul open up this section talking about the wrath of God?
What does he mean by writing “God gave them up”? What does this not mean?
What does it mean to “exchange the truth of God for a lie”? What are the various ways people can be guilty of this? How should Christians examine their own hearts and lives for this kind of sin?
What does this text teach about human sexuality? How should Christians communicate this truth to others? How should we think through the prevalence of sexual sin around us in light of 1 Corinthians 6:9-11? How should verse 11 put everything in perspective for us?
Sunday, June 12, 2016: PM
1 Samuel 24:1-22
What was the chief temptation for David in this text? Why would it have been wrong for him to follow the advice of his men?
Why does David refuse to harm Saul? Why does his conscience bother him for even cutting off a corner of Saul’s robe? What underlying truth about government and leadership applies to us?
What is the danger of “interpreting providence”? How should we “interpret” or examine the circumstances in our lives?
What enabled David to be patient and wait upon the Lord? How should this encourage us to do the same?