Love Not Your Own Life

Lead Question for each section:

What stood out to you from the video segment? Any favorite quotes? Anything confuse you?

Supplemental Questions:

Section 1 - HCSKL 2011 Day 17 - (39:25 to 47:07) - This segment is from the tail end of a discussion of Eph. 6. Dan is reading Eph. 6:13

40:00 - What is the enemy trying to stop through this war? Is this war personally directed against you? What difference does it make that it's not personally against you?

40:45 - How does disappointment affect your relationship with God? What does disappointment reveal about why we are in relationship with God in the first place? What does it reveal about our motives?

41:30 - Why does our encouragement of one another leave us in disappointment many times? How could we encourage each other better? What kind of perspective should we encourage each other towards?

44:00 - What are we "fighting" for as Christians? How do we get that perspective in us?

46:15 - When things aren't going the way that we thought they should go - (when we don't yet see all things in subjection under our feet), what is it our responsibility to do?

Section 2 - HCSKL 2011 Day 17 - (47:07 to 55:06)

48:10 - How do we often show offense when there is a casualty of war? What does this offense show about us?

49:00 - What keeps us going when there is pain and hardship?

49:15 - What is the enemy trying to accomplish or trying to show through his tactics?

52:30 - What kind of perspective does "deny yourself" take you out of, even when the feelings are real?

Read: Rev. 12:11 from a couple of different translations.
Section 3 - HCSKL 2011 Day 17 - (54:52 to 58:41) and (1:02:46 to 1:04:03)

55:30 - How do we triumph over the relentless accusations of the enemy? Can you explain what each of those things means?

57:25 - What are some of the accusations against us?

What are the long term effects of the sacrifices of this war?