Sunday Fuel: January 29, 2023

Welcome to Sunday Fuel. This series of questions is designed to assist your personal reflection and fellowship with others about the sermon from this past Sunday.
  1. Pastor Kim mentioned these wrong responses to an unbelieving world: isolation, assimilation, sinful confrontation, and trepidation. As you consider your life, which one does your heart tend to struggle with most?
  2. When we are mistreated by the world, the greatest battle we face is in our hearts, whether or not we will respond with trust in God and love for others. Pastor Kim said, “our biggest enemy is not the world, but the worldliness of our hearts.” What temptations do you wrestle with when you feel wronged by unbelievers?
  3. We heard on Sunday that our outward love for the lost will determine our witness. Consider the ways you love unbelievers in your life. If someone asked about your love, how would you connect the love you give to the love you’ve received in Christ?
  4. 1 Pet 2:12 says, “Keep your conduct among the Gentiles honorable, so that when they speak against you as evildoers, they may see your good deeds and glorify God on the day of visitation.” On Sunday we learned that living honorably before the world primarily means loving those who do not love you. What does this look like for you?
  5. When we witness to others, our great hope is not for a conversion but for God to be glorified. How does this truth shape your approach to conversations with unbelievers?