Jesus and Traitors

John 13:21-35

  1. What does it look like to view someone “religiously”?
  2. What does it look like to view someone “repentantly”?
  3. What’s the difference between knowing the Word of God and surrendering to the Word of God?
  4. What evidence do we have from John 13 that Judas was never born again?
  5. What does it mean for your “heart to follow your money”?
  6. Have you ever been discouraged because you were trying to someone else’s part?
  7. What part might God be calling you to play in someone’s story and journey?
  8. How was God glorified through what Judas did?
  9. What makes Jesus’ new commandment “new”?
  10. How might we respond like Jesus in the face of betrayal?
  11. Why is it important to recognize your own sinfulness as you deal with betrayal?
  12. Why is it important to expect opposition from people inside the church? How did Jesus set our example in this?
  13. How did Jesus set an example for us in not letting evil persons affect His integrity?
  14. Is forgiveness only about the person being forgiven?
  15. What does it mean to “misinterpret your opposition”?

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