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The Christian Constitution Pt. 4 “The State of Affairs”
September 27, 2020

The Christian Constitution Pt. 4 “The State of Affairs”

September 27, 2020

You will know them by their fruit. (Galatians 5:22-23)

Matthew 5:27-32

1 John 2:16

2 Corinthians 10:5

God is concerned about how your thought life is governed.

 LIFE GROUP DISCUSSION

Start talking. 

  • Which of these amendments would you most like to see added to our U.S. Constitution: The right to drive as fast as you want on the freeway, guaranteed protection from spam calls, texts, and emails, or the right to paid vacation for every major U.S. holiday? 

Start thinking. 

  • In what ways do you think our culture sexualizes people and products? Why do you think they do this and how well do you think these tactics work?
  • Read Matthew 5:27-32. Why do you think Jesus equates lust in your mind with the act of adultery? How does this alter your view of God’s original command he gave to Moses in the 10 commandments? 
  • Read 2 Corinthians 10:5. How do you think we can successfully “take every thought captive…?” 

Start sharing. 

  • God is concerned about how your thought life is governed. What do you do to help govern your thought life? What should you start doing? 
  • The battle for our hearts often starts in our minds. Share with others how the battle is going for you? In what areas are you struggling? In what areas are you finding freedom and victory? 

Start praying. Be bold, and pray with power.

  • Stop and take time to share prayer requests and pray for one another. 

Start doing. 

  • Citizens of Heaven allow God to govern their thought lives by taking every thought captive. What have you been thinking about and dwelling on that must be given to God? Do so this week and live freely as a Citizen of Heaven.

 

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