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 All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness; So that the man of God may be adequate, equipped for every good work. ~ 2 Tim 3:16-17

To listen to a sermon series from the archives, including: the Gospel of John, Acts, Romans, Galatians, 1 Peter, Ruth, Esther, Jonah, Haggai, Malachi and more, Click here to link to SermonAudio.com. Select the option for “Scripture” and then select the scripture you desire.

Sermon Study Questions

Pastor James will post his Sermon Study Questions every Tuesday for the previous Sunday’s sermon. Our hope is for these study questions to promote deeper personal study and further edify our church body.

Sermon Study Questions for Sunday, June 18, 2017

Click Here: Sermon Study Questions 6-18-17

  1. What does John mean when he writes that God is light?

 

  1. What is the relationship between God’s nature and who we as believers are to be?

 

  1. What does John mean by walking in the light vs. walking in the darkness? What is the false teaching that John is refuting?

 

  1. How can the phrase “walk in the light” seem counter intuitive? What is promised to those who do walk in the light?

  

  1. How is God faithful and just to forgive us and cleanse us of all unrighteousness? What is He faithful to and why is He just?

 

  1. Do we confess our sins in order to maintain fellowship with God or because we are in fellowship with God?

 

  1. Why is it important to distinguish between justification and sanctification? How does Jesus’ exchange with Peter about foot washing in John 13 help us to understand the place confession of sins has in the life of believers?

 

  1. How does John solidify the assurance of our forgiveness in 1 John 2:1-2?

 

  1. What does it mean that Christ is our Advocate and propitiation? How does the Father having sent the Son further strengthen our assurance?

 

  1. How do the words Advocate and propitiation help us to understand the nature and extent of the atonement and what John means by “the whole world”? How does applying those words to everyone who has ever lived or will live lessen the force of what John is saying?

 

  1. How does walking in the light liberate us to be ourselves and what does it teach us about how believers are to relate to one another?

Helpful Links

Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals

Center for Reformed Theology and Apologetics

Christian Classics Ethereal Library

Cyber Hymnal

Institute For Biblical Counseling (IBCD)

Ligonier Ministries (RC Sproul)

Monergism

Reformed.org

The Gospel Coalition

Together for the Gospel