For I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is God’s power
for salvation for everyone who believes, ﬁrst to the Jew, and also to the Greek.
Sunday School Conversation
READ: 1 John 4:7-8
SHARE: The love of God is demonstrated in the ﬁnished work of the cross. Because of the love of God in us, He makes us able to love God and others. Do others see the love of Jesus in your life? Challenge each other throughout this week to ask each other this question, “Did you love well today?”
PRAY: Thank God for His amazing love. Ask Him to help you share His love with the world around you.
Parents – Refer to the “One Conversation” page for further discussion with your children.
READ: Micah 6:8
SHARE: In the sermon Sunday we learned about a man who did not live by Micah 6:8 and the woman that it affected. Are people today still treated unjustly? In what ways? Do we live in a world that freely gives mercy to others? Have you ever been treated unjustly? Has someone shown mercy to you in some way? Are you guilty of treating someone badly? Have you confessed that to the Lord and have you asked that person to forgive you? If not, would you consider taking the proper
PRAY: Ask the Lord to forgive you for the ways in which you have been proud and selﬁsh and hurtful of others. Ask the Lord to ﬁll you with His power so that you treat people fairly and yes, even with mercy.
The love of God compels us to love one another as we connect with the body of Christ, the Church. How are you connecting with the body so that you can demonstrate Christ’s love among your brothers and sisters? (Refer to the third section of our Church Covenant for more)