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Tuesday, February 16 2021

These questions encourage conversations about acknowledging God among friends, family, and peers (Colossians 4:2–6). Here are 5 discussions to discuss with other believers:

1. Should you confront a friend who keeps sharing his or her beliefs with others?

- Should Christians comply with removing God from the public square? Why?

- Does Isaiah 59:14 display today's world?


2. Why do many institutions discourage any public conversation of Jesus?

- What good can come from believers talking about Jesus openly?

- What is at stake for those who do not confess Christ according to Matthew 10:32–33 (Luke 12:8; cf Philippians 2:11)?


3. Should some Christians keep their faith a secret from other believers because of what friends and family may think of them if they knew?

- Can someone be saved by believing in Jesus while not believing that Jesus resurrected bodily from the dead? Why?

- Why does Romans 10:9–10 teach that believers must confess that Jesus is the Lord and that He resurrected from the dead for the believer to be saved (cf. 1 Timothy 6:12)?


4. Can people believe whatever they want and still live a good life with the expectation of a happy afterlife?

- How can what someone believes affect their behavior?

- What happens to those who refuse to acknowledge God according to Romans 1:28–32?


5. Should all Christians thank God in song even if some are uncomfortable with singing?

- What good can come from confessing and praising God in song?

- How does worshipping God like in Hebrews 13:15 help believers to acknowledge God openly before others (cf. Hebrews 2:12)?

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