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Questions from the Lesson Text:
The Transformed Life (Romans 12:1-2)
- What does “beseech” mean? What are some synonyms that might be used in Paul’s statement?
- On what basis does Paul beseech us?
- What does Paul beseech of us?
- How must this sacrifice be made to God?
- What is the significance of such a sacrifice being “reasonable (or “rational”) service”?
- To what must we not be conformed?
- How must we be transformed?
- What will such a transformation accomplish in us?
The Transformed Life and Our Talents (Romans 12:3-8)
- To what is Paul referring as “the grace given to me”? (Hint: he was writing by that grace, “For I say, through the grace given to me”; cf. 1 Cor. 15:9, 10).
- How is one not to think of himself and how is he to think of himself?
- What illustration does Paul use to show why we should think of ourselves in the right way?
- Considering how Paul used the word “grace” concerning himself in verse three, what would the significance of the word’s use in Paul’s application of his illustration? Discuss the application.
The Transformed Life In Action (Romans 12:9-13)
- What is “love without hypocrisy”?
- How does the transformed life respond to evil?
- What does it mean to “cling to what is good”?
- What does the transformed life prefer?
- In what should we never be found lagging?
- What does “fervent” mean?
- To what is the fervent diligence applied?
- Where is our rejoicing?
- In what are we patient?
- In what are we to be steadfast?
- What is “distributing to the needs of the saints”?
- To what are we to be “given”?
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