Bible Study from: Seven Practices of a Transformed Life (6)
Sunday, June 28, 2020
1. Why do we use the word “hate” so often when we are talking about things we don’t like? Is that good or bad? Why?
2. I there an appropriate place for hate? When, where, and why?
3. When is it okay to hate people? Why or why not?
4. Why is hate “heart poison”? Or is it?
5. As followers of Christ, who have been transformed, what do we need to do with hateful feeling and thinking?
6. Why do we allow hate to dwell in our hearts?
7. What are the three ingredients for heart poison? How do they work together to build an ungodly heart?
8. Why is getting rid of the things mentioned in Eph.4:31 so important to our walk with God?
9. If these are part of the “old self” what does the “new self” look like?
10. Which of those things in verse 31 can we have and still be like Jesus?
11. Is it a true statement that God has every reason to hate us? Why or why not? Why doesn’t He hate us?