[M] Objection to Righteousness - If We Say We Have No Sin...


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 4 - (1:54:01 to 2:01:32) - Follow along beginning at 1 John 1:6...

1:54:40 - According to 1 John 4, what's a good barometer of knowing Him?

1:56:10 - v.7 - What does the blood of Jesus cleanse us from?

1:56:35 - What situation is v.8 addressing?

1:57:30 - What does it look like when we try to gain God's favor - gain righteousness in His sight - by works?

1:59:00 - If we stumble, how is it possible to not miss a step in relationship - to stay changed? What makes that possible? How can we approach God in that situation?

2:01:00 - "You have to see yourself (as) continually righteous in Christ. In Christ, when are you ever unrighteous?" Is this kind of thinking new to you? When does it seem that we are unrighteous even though we are in Christ?


Section 2 - HCSKL 2011 Day 4 - (2:01:32 to 2:07:51) - Follow along from 1 John 1:10...

2:02:30 - From 1 John 2:1 - Why is John writing to his readers?

2:03:30 - What is the enemy's strategy in keeping us from seeing ourselves as righteous?

2:05:00 - From 1 John 2:1 - What's the significance of the phrase "But if" as opposed to "But when"? 


Section 3 - HCSKL 2010 Day 27 (18:37 to 20:27)

Have you ever heard verse 8 quoted out of context? Has it ever popped into your own mind as an objection to seeing yourself as righteous?

Why is it important to see yourself the way that God sees you?