[I am continuing to journal the study questions from Chapter 2 of John Ortberg's The Life You've Always Wanted. For some "look ahead" at the book, I have posted the chapter titles at the index link at the bottom.]
I will probably not get a chance to answer these before my meeting tonight and will go not fully prepared.
- What are some of the signs that we are settling for pseudo-transformation rather than a true and life-changing work of God within us?
- How do these passages fly in the face of boundary-marker spirituality and call us to authentic faith?
- On a scale from 1 to 10, 1 being completely legalistic and 10 loving God with your all and your neighbor as yourself, how do you rate yourself?
- The author wrote about the tendency to become judgemental and exclusive. What are some of the dangers if we let the poison of judgemental pride fill our hearts?
- For us
- For the church
- For those outside the church
Read Deuteronomy 6:1-9 and Matthew 22:37-40
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