YOU ARE... RESPONSIBLE: Resource Guide
Memory Verser for YOU ARE...RESPONSIBLE:
Hebrews 10:24-25 - And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near.
Family Worship Resources for YOU ARE...RESPONSIBLE:
New City Catechism - Question #48
The Ology - #52 The Church Is Built with Living Stones; #53 The Church Is God’s Temple; #54 We Gather to Worship; #57 The Gifts of the Spirit
Home Group Book Study for YOU ARE...RESPONSIBLE:
Christian Beliefs - Chapter 17
Concise Theology - Church, pg. 199-203
Home Group Discussion Questions for YOU ARE...RESPONSIBLE:
-How would you describe an evil, unbelieving heart from this passage? Kyle mentioned the wilderness generation of Israelites in this sermon. How is their situation comparable to ours? What do we learn as we look at their example?
-How have you seen sin's deception in your life? Have you ever witnessed someone being hardened by sin?
-What is the calling to the body of Christ in this passage? How does this play itself out in practical terms at ITC? How could our church family live this more faithfully?
-What is the common thread between this passage and 10:24-25? (see also Ephesians 4:11-16)
-How is the role that believers play in one another's lives different from casual friendship?
Recommended Worship Songs for YOU ARE...RESPONSIBLE:
God has wisely put his redeemed into a community to encourage one another in the faith. Together, we grow in the knowledge of the truth and say a hearty, “Amen,” as we sing the song, And All the People Said Amen, written by Matt Maher. A hymn, entitled, The Church's One Foundation, reminds us that the church, as the bride of Christ, walks in submission to Christ, while Christ blessed his church with His presence and grace.
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