Disciplining & Being DisciplinedNovember 7, 2021 / Galatians 5:26-6:5
What happens when we do NOT walk in the Spirit (Gal. 5:26)? What do these 3 terms mean? Has this ever happened to you? Why?
Why is it important that chapter 6 begins with the word “brothers”? What does this tell us?
What is a “transgression” (Gr. Paraptoma)?
Who should restore a person caught in a transgression? What does that mean? What is key about a person who is “spiritual”?
What does it mean to “restore”? (Hebrews 12:12-13)
What is the purpose of discipline within the church?
To the individual into the church family!
What is a “spirit of gentleness”? (2 Cor. 2:7, 2 Thess. 3:15)
How can we restore a person in the “spirit of gentleness”?
- We have to that individual enough to point out their .
- Is the a or just something we don’t like?
- Does the person she/he has sinned?
What is a key characteristic of a person who is truly a believer (Spiritual)?
What is the key warning that comes with confronting a person who is sinning?
What does it mean to “bear”? How does the tense of this verb help us?
What is the “Law of Christ”? (John 13:34, Gal. 5:14)
What does Paul warn us about in Gal 6:3-4? Has this ever happened to you?
Is Paul contradicting himself in Gal. 6:5 (vs. Gal. 6:2)? Why or why not? (meaning of the words baros and phortion). Why is this important?