CONTINUING THE CONVERSATION
1. What does it mean to "persuade" someone of something? What is the difference between persuasion, manipulation, coercion, or control?
2. If our job is to "persuade others," (2 Corinthians 5:11) what motivates us and why? (Hint: look at 2 Corinthians 5:14-15)
3. What does it mean when Paul says "from now on we regard no one from a worldly point of view"? What is the alternative?
4) Our message, with Paul, is for people to "be reconciled to God" (v. 20). What does it take for someone to "be reconciled" to God?
Other messages in this series
|Into the World|| ||Oct 14, 2018||Chap Clark|
|Into the World||||Oct 14, 2018||Chap Clark|
|Dancing in the Dark|| ||Nov 4, 2018||Chap Clark|
|Peculiar|| ||Oct 28, 2018||Bryan Eckelmann|
|Dancing in the Dark||||Nov 4, 2018||Chap Clark|
|Eyes Wide Open|| ||Nov 11, 2018||Chap Clark|
|Sweet Aroma|| ||Nov 18, 2018||Chap Clark|