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Introduction.

Money is one of the most uncomfortable subjects for people to discuss. However, our view of and use of money is an enormously significant spiritual issue. It cannot buy our salvation, but it does reveal our level of discipleship. Through this series, we are reminded how the generous gift of God in Christ calls us to be a generous people. 

 

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SERIES TITLE: Generosity

SESSION FOUR: Generosity Hears God's Yes

TEXT: 2 Corinthians 1:20 

INTRODUCTION.

Money is one of the most uncomfortable subjects for people to discuss. However, our view of and use of money is an enormously significant spiritual issue. It cannot buy our salvation, but it does reveal our level of discipleship. Through this series, we are reminded how the generous gift of God in Christ calls us to be a generous people. 

DISCUSSION

Think about a time when someone made you a promise that they did not or could not keep. How did you react? What did you do?

EXAMINATION.

  • Vv.15-19 Read these verses that immediately precede our text. What point is Paul making about his change of plans and God’s promises?
  • V.20 In what way are the answers to God’s promise “Yes” in Christ? 
  • What does “Amen” mean and how is that significant?

APPLICATION.

  • Which promises of God mean the most to you personally?
  • Which of God’s promises do you find most challenging to believer or hold on to?
  • What is one promise God has given that you need to say “Amen” to today?
  • Fact: What is a key truth that you understood from this passage?
  • React: What did you feel?
  • Act: What are you going to do?

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