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True Love Project Session 2: The Cost of Ownership
February 19, 2020

True Love Project Session 2: The Cost of Ownership

February 19, 2020

Who are the authorities in your life? Do you respond well to these authorities? Why or why not?

What does it mean for Jesus to be the Lord of your life? Can He be Lord of just part of your
life? Explain.



Video Recap 

Main Thought:
Because Jesus is the main character in God’s story, we should follow His lordship and
recognize that He knows best when it comes to sex and purity.


What is something you have learned about yourself during this session?


How would you respond to someone who said that it is possible to have Jesus as Savior but not
as Lord?


Why does the issue of lordship affect so many aspects of your life? What does life look like if you
are lord? What does life look like if Jesus is Lord?



Every single important thing in your life revolves around one issue, and that is the issue of .
Whoever has the title of  in your life is the ultimate ruler and calls all the shots.


FOLLOW HIS LORDSHIP

When Jesus is Lord, you recognize the  He made when He died in your place to reconcile you to God.
When Jesus is Lord, you want to honor His  in your relationships and live by His  that govern your body and sexual desires.
When you are Lord, you’re  primarily by whatever it is that you  at any given moment.
If you are the lord of your life, then you are the ultimate  and you become a  unto yourself.


RECOGNIZE THAT HE KNOWS BEST WHEN IT COMES TO SEX AND PURITY

Because He  about you and because He  best (and can see the consequences of your sins and bad decisions), He  you to give control of your life to Him.

Before you can understand , you must understand .

Before you decide who you will , you must decide who is your .

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