It’s time to fight side by side for purity! Right now there are over 20 men in our church that are currently taking this 31 Day Purity Challenge. You may have missed the first week, but you can still jump in for the rest of the month. Find out how to get plugged in here. On Saturday, March 6, all of the guys are invited to participate in a discussion group at the Ministry Center. There will be a gathering like this every Saturday in March. Donuts and coffee will be provided. There will be a larger breakfast on March 28.
We’re not meant to battle alone, rather we are to come alongside one another “encouraging one another – and all the more as you see the Day approaching (Heb. 10:25).” We hope to see you there!
Here are the questions we’ll cover.
- Why are you here and joining in with this challenge?
- What was one thought from this past week’s challenge that has stuck in your mind?
- Read Romans 6:6 – Explain what Christ’s death accomplished. Put this verse in your own words.
- Contrast Romans 6:6 with Romans 6:16. How can sexual sin be a master of our lives?
- Purity is freedom from anything that contaminates us, but the fact is we do sin and are contaminated. How are we cleansed from that contamination and how do pursue purity as a child of God?
- Why is it important and helpful to remember that the Christian has a new identity in Christ when faced with temptation?
- When we fail and choose sexual sin, guilt is a component that enters our lives. Is guilt a good thing or a bad thing? What’s the difference between godly grief and worldly grief?
- What does putting your sin to death (Rms. 8:13) look like on a practical basis when it comes to sexual sin?
- What do you need to stop, stay away, and put protections in place? (Defense)
- What do you need to start, pursue, and actively fight for? (Offense)
- Let’s read Titus 3:1-7 together and ask the Lord to open our eyes to the saving work He has accomplished in our lives. Let’s also pray for a humble spirit as we consider our sin and His mercy to us.