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That They May Be One (2)
Sunday, December 13, 2020
That They May Be One, Part 2: The Great Threat
“That They May Be One…” Jesus prayed these words about believers. And the enemy is going to do everything in his power to keep that from happening. But don’t think he’s all we need to be on guard against. When it comes to being unified, “The Great Threat” can often come from within.Fill-in Notes
Galatians 5:13–15, 1 Corinthians 8
Take Away / Application
Christian liberty is God-given, controlled by love, and carried out with wisdom.
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- Satan’s mission is destruction and he wants to divide and conquer, but he can’t defeat a united church. What are some ways you can build up and promote unity within our church?
- Read Matthew 28:19–20. Has anything distracted you from staying focused on the mission of reaching people for Jesus? If so, what needs to change? What new ways can you reach people in the name of Jesus?
- Read Romans 6:1–2. Share about a time you abused the liberty God has given you. What did God teach you during that instance, and how has that impacted your life?
- Galatians 5:13 distinguishes between freedom to sin vs. freedom to serve or love. How does Christian liberty flesh itself out by loving and serving one another?
- “Christian liberty must be executed with wisdom.” How are you growing in wisdom through your time in the Bible?
- The three ingredients of a great church are: Christians walking in liberty, loving one another, and serving one another. What are some practical ways you can love and serve others this week?
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