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When Sinners Meet Mercy

February 9, 2020 Speaker: AJ Roberts Series: Heard and Stirred

Passage: Nehemiah 9:1–9:38

When sorrow for sin meets the mercy of God, sinners are freed and thrust into God-honoring obedience.

 

Reading Plan:

Monday: Nehemiah 1 & 2

Tuesday: Nehemiah 3 & 4

Wednesday: Nehemiah 5 & 6 

Thursday: Nehemiah 7 & 8

Friday: Nehemiah 9 & 10

Saturday: Nehemiah 11 & 12

Sunday: Nehemiah 13

 

Questions: 

  1. ICE BREAKER: What song do you most enjoy singing at C@M? 
  2. Why does true repentance begin with a correct view of God? 
  3. In confession—to God and others—why must we avoid blame shifting? Either fictional or true, can you give an example of a proper confession?
  4. What do you think it means to "look in"? 
  5. Can you think of any modern examples that might embody the Jews' spirit of sackcloth and ash (V.1)? 
  6. What should be the result of a 3-dimensional repentance that never goes beyond looking in?
  7. Discuss: "Repentance is an inward matter, which has its seat in the heart and the soul, but afterwards yields its fruit in a change of life." 
  8. Being the parents of missionaries is a challenging, thankless task. As a group, pray for the parents of our missionaries and also for those unexpectant ones in our midst whose children will become missionaries in the years to come. 

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