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Only God Can Judge Me

March 29, 2020 Speaker: AJ Roberts Series: Heard and Stirred

Passage: Nehemiah 13:15–13:22

For any community of God to find long-term health, accountability and timely action are non-negotiables.


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



  1. ICE BREAKER: What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear, "Only God Can Judge Me"?
  2. What do you think Jesus meant when he said, "The Sabbath was made for man"? (Mk 2:27)
  3. When dealing with another Christian's sin, what happens over time if our patience is not preceded by kindness (or love) toward them? 
  4. Are there times when a patient approach to sin is not the best reaction? Why? 
  5. "Questions prick the conscience while accusations harden the heart." Why are questions a great approach to reasoning with someone in sin? What effects have you found accusations to have? 
  6. Practically speaking, after we have pursued a fellow believer in sin, what does entrusting the fruit of our reactions to God look like? 
  7. As you continue seeing and experiencing the effects of COVID-19 on our city, what are some ways you could serve others? (Visit and follow the "Bearing Burdens" side tab for ideas.)

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