[M] We're Been Made Righteous - An Overview


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 6 - (4:59 to 13:50) 

5:00 - What needs to happen for your reconciliation to God to become "real" in your life?

5:35 - Why do we have boldness to approach the Father?

6:40 - Dan said, "You have to see yourself through God's view." How does God see us?

7:30 - How does exalting our ability to sin interfere what God wants to happen in our lives?

8:30 - Are we also set free from trying to live right? - striving to be good? How so? Or in what sense?

9:30 - Where does the fuel for our new life come from?

9:45 - What does faith arise out of? "Faith is the spontaneous result..." of what?

10:30 - In broad terms what is the gospel all about?

11:30 - Why did Jesus die for us? What makes us so valuable?

12:00 - Why do we tend to value ourselves so differently? How do we see our own value? 


Section 2 - HCSKL 2011 Day 6 - (13:51 to 17:05)

14:00 - How is the "ability to commit sin" different from who you actually are - your identity?

14:20 - When you continue to embrace "sinner identity" what will you continue to walk in?

15:00 - How is 1 John 1:8 commonly misused? Used out of context?

16:15 - How have petty things been the news of our days? How do they rule our days?


Section 3 - HCSKL 2011 Day 6 - (18:53 to 26:55) - This video segment begins with Dan quoting 1 Peter 2:1

19:10 - How do you separate something from your identity? What does that look like?

20:40 - Why is getting our perspective ironed out with God such a top priority? What does that perspective allow - lead to?

21:00 - What's the difference between praying and "fretting"?

25:25 - What radical break from the past happens when we repent? What immediately changes?

25:55 - What's the difference between regret and repentance?