The Power of the Resurrection: Salvation

Summary

Salvation is being saved from something that is going to condemn or hurt us.

Outline

  1. We All Have Sinned (Romans 3:10,23)
  2. There Was a Payment That Needed to be Made For Sin (Romans 6:23)
  3. Jesus Paid The Price For Us (Romans 5:8-10)
  4. Place Your Faith in What Jesus Did (John 3:16-19)

Discussion Questions

Thinking (What does the Word of God say, “Exegesis”?) Head:
  • Try to summarize the Bible passage in your own words.
  • Did you have any questions about certain words, the texts, or what was said?
  • What do you think God wants us to understand about this section of Scripture? How does it point to Jesus?
  • What is done in “vain” in 1 Corinthians 15 if the resurrection didn’t happen?
    • v. 2
    • v.10
    • v.14
    • v.17
    • v.19
    • v.58 (bonus)
  • What kind of hope do we have in 1 Peter 1:3-5 and why do we have it?
  • What are the main things a person learns from the following verses
    • Romans 3:10,23
      • a)
      • b)
    • B) Romans 6:23
      • a)
      • b)
    • C) Romans 5:8-10
      • a)
      • b)
    • D) John 3:16-19,36
      • a)
      • b)
Attitude (My pattern of response to God and His Word, “Hermeneutic”) Heart:
  • How should Romans 10:9-11 relate to an unsaved person’s heart? Your heart?
  • What are some of the things people try to substitute in place of a heart change?
Behaviour (How does Jesus want to change me, what will His truth look/sound like in my life? “Application”) Hands:
  • List 3-5 unsaved people closest to you that need a spiritually changed heart.
  • Will you pray this week for God to open a “spiritual conversation door” with them?
  • Will you commit to memory the Bible references given so that you will be ready to turn to those Bible verses if that conversation opportunity comes up?