[M] Holy, Blameless, Above Reproach


Read: Col. 1:21-23 from a couple of different translations.

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 2 - (1:35:16 to 1:37:50) and (1:43:44 to 1:44:41)  (3 min)

1:35:40 - What do you think Dan means by saying that sin consciousness produces more sin and righteousness consciousness produces righteous fruit. What is "sin consciousness"?

1:36:20 - How do you make the shift to a right perspective? What does that look like?

1:37:20 - Fill in the blank - "If God can change your perspective, He can change your ____________.

1:44:00 - Why is seeing that we are right with God so important? What does it set the stage for? And how does it do that?


Section 2 - HCSKL 2011 Day 2 - (1:54:44 to 1:55:38) and (1:58:26 to 2:04:57)  (7 min)

1:55:00 - What happened inside of man when he ate from the tree in the Garden of Eden?

1:58:50 - Who made the first move to reconcile us back to God? Why is that significant?

1:59:40 - Why does the fact that we did nothing to deserve this reconciliation and yet we are reconciled, lead us into a changed heart?

2:00:00 - Why do even "good" people and children need to be born again?

2:03:10 - What does the cross reveal about how God sees us? And what He wanted to do for us?

2:03:40 - When sin is no longer the issue, what becomes the predominant theme of our lives?

2:04:00 - What does Dan mean to "start there" so that we will run well? Where is there? And how do we start there?


Section 3 - HCSKL 2011 Day 2 - (2:04:51 to 2:07:04) and (2:14:30 to 2:19:13) - (7 min) Continue in the faith

2:05:20 - How can we respond when we have persistent thoughts that we wish we didn't have?

2:06:00 - What is the attack point of the enemy? Why does he attack there?

2:06:45 - What destroys the strongholds of the enemy?

2:15:30 - Does everybody have a capacity to live by faith?

2:16:20 - What defines who you are? Better yet, what should define who you are?