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Many people who profess to be born again Christians and consistently disobey Scripture believe to have fellowship with God and that they will go to heaven.

 

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SERIES TITLE: The Trouble with Grace

SPEAKER: Gabriel Santisteban

TEXT: Luke 16:19-31

INTRODUCTION.

Many people who profess to be born again Christians and consistently disobey Scripture believe to have fellowship with God and that they will go to heaven.

DISCUSSION.

What ought to be the foundation of our spiritual and moral values? What ought to be our standard of faith and conduct?

EXAMINATION.  

(Luke 16:14-15) To whom did Jesus direct this parable? What motivated the parable?

vv. 22-23 What were the destinies of the rich man and poor man?

  • What was Abraham’s bosom? Who went there? (Luke 23:43; 2 Cor. 5:8; Phil. 1:23)
  • What is Hades? Who will go there? (Rev. 20:14)
    vv. 23-25, 28 How do these verses describe the experience of the rich man in Hades?
    v. 26 What implications does this verse have for both groups of people?
    vv. 27-28 What was the rich man’s petition in these verses? What implications does this petition have?
    v. 29 What does the expression “Moses and the prophets,” refer to? What does Abraham’s response to the rich man imply for us?
    v. 30 What was the rich man’s argument in this verse? What is repentance?
    v. 31 What was Abraham’s response? (1 Cor. 1:21-22a)

APPLICATION.

  • How can a believer be justified before God? (Romans 5:1)
  • What is repentance and why is it important? (Luke 24:47; 2 Peter 3:9)
  • What is the only valid testimony which prepares us for eternity?
  • How should we respond to Scripture?
  • As believers, what is our responsibility?

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