1. Big picture view – part of 1 Corinthians 6:1-8 describes a local church body that was acting poorly to each other and it hurt their witness with unbelievers. What are some of the common complaints you hear against the church? How much of that has to do with how believers act toward other believers? How do we, as the Universal Church, change that? How can we, at Temple, work to change that, at least in White House, TN?
  2. 1 Corinthians 6:9-20 lists a bunch of passive past-tense verbs – were washed, were sanctified, were justified, were bought with a price. Those all have these two things in common: 1) You didn’t cause them and 2) they’ve already happened. How does knowing Christ has already done those things for you help you glorify God with your body? Where do you still need help? 
  3. Salvation is instantaneous – Christ already gave you new life in salvation. Sanctification,        however, is a process. We all have a pretty good idea of what we should/shouldn’t be doing        (1 Thess. 4:3ff). What do you do when you don’t feel like acting right? What do you do when        you don’t know how to do that? How do you give room for the Holy Spirit to work in you?

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