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2 Corinthians 13:1-10 Paul's closing remarks

2 Corinthians 13:1-10 Paul's closing remarks

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Are there any truths that you saw, from either your own study or from the teaching video, that really stood out to you? 
For those of you that are feeling weak and incapable and weary, let those things drive you to Jesus.  Hear his promise that his grace is sufficient for you, right now, today (2 Corinthians 12:9)  

What does it look like in your life to respond to that promise?   

Paul had two intentions for the church when he told them to test themselves, to examine themselves.  First, there is the very real danger that some of you listening to this video this morning may not have ever genuinely placed your faith in Christ.  You may think you are a Christian, but don’t even understand the objective realities of Christ, let alone experience the transformation that he works by his Spirit.   

How clear are you on the work of Jesus Christ and what he has done for you? 

 Are there any areas where you need greater understanding? 

Paul also wanted to expose areas in the Corinthians where they were content living as people of Corinth rather than followers of Christ.  Think deeply about what really goes on inside of you.   

To what extend do you recognize “Christ in you? 

Are there areas in your life where there is more of your own agendas, culturally informed agendas, and self-centeredness rather than the radical nature of obedience to Christ?   

How would repentance and faith look in your life? 

What areas of “brokenness” could you be praying to experience God’s “restoration” in?  (Areas in your own life, your MC, our community, nation and world?)