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Delivered By
Will Robbins
Delivered On
February 4, 2018 at 10:30 AM
Central Passage
1 Samuel 19
Shaped by God: 1-2 Samuel


“Kingdom Conflict” 1 Samuel 19

How to take the high road . . .

  1. Trust godly people to speak on your behalf.

  2. Don’t return fire.

  3. Continue fighting for God’s kingdom not against his people.

  4. Strive for peace, but do not submit to abuse.

  5. Listen to those who love you and can see clearly, but measure their counsel with Scripture.

  6. Seek godly guidance.

  7. Trust the Lord to defend you and reveal the truth.

DEVOTIONAL:  personal and group

Theme: Reconciliation

  • According to Matthew 18:15, what should we do if another believer sins against us? Then what, Matt.18:35?

  • According to Ephesians 4:32, in what way should we approach a fellow believer in sin?

  • According to Galatians 6:1-2, what is the purpose of approaching someone else in sin?

  • According to Matthew 18:16-17, if a fellow believer does not repent of sin then what should we do?

  • According to Matthew 18:21-35, when should we stop forgiving and describe what forgiveness looks like?

  • How can others tell you have truly forgiven them? 1 Corinthians 13:3-7

  • How do you know you have been forgiven by someone else?

  • What lengths did Jesus go to forgive you and what does that say about how you are to forgive others, Philippians 2:1-8?

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