Questions to Guide You:
- What stands out on your second time reading these texts?
- Last time we mainly talked about the role of God’s Word in our lives, this time let’s look deeper at each command.
- What does Ephesians tell us about our anger? How should we manage it? Is it always sinful? When does it become sinful?
- How are anger and lying and oath taking all linked together?
- What does God want for your sexuality according to 1 Thess 4? Your sex life? How important is this according to Paul in 1 Thess 4?
- What is God mad about in Malachi 2:13-16? How might this critique and correct our culture’s approach to marriage and divorce?
- What does it mean to let your “Yes be Yes” and “No be No”? How is that different from “maybe?” How can you answer more definitively this week?
- What does Numbers 23:19 tell us about God? Why is this good news concerning our salvation? How scary would it be if God could at anytime change His mind or lose His temper?
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