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The Choice is Yours: Speak Up or Stay Silent

Mar 6, 2022Dallas

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The Choice is Yours: Speak Up or Stay Silent
Mar 6, 2022Dallas

OPENER

Can you guess how many decisions the average person makes in a day? The answer is 35,000 decisions. What are some examples of decisions you make throughout your day?

READ

Read Psalm 37:30-31 - Read it aloud yourself, or ask someone who is a confident reader.

DISCUSS

  1. Have you ever been in a situation where you saw someone do something that was not honoring to the Lord? How did you respond? Why did you respond that way?

  2. Read Psalm 37:30-31. As we follow God, what should come out of our mouths? How does God's law relate in verse 31?

  3. How could having the law of God on your heart, allow your steps not to slip? Are there any specific verses you have written on your heart?

READ

Read Ephesians 4:15, 25 & Matthew 7:3-5 - Read it aloud yourself, or ask someone who is a confident reader.

DISCUSS

  1. Read Matthew 7:3-5, what does scripture call us to do before we confront someone in love?

  2. Read Ephesians 4:15, 25. How are we to speak?

  3. How could speaking the truth in love be beneficial towards our friends, peers, etc.?

  4. Is staying silent when you know you should speak up honoring to Christ? What keeps you from speaking up? (Ex: fear, peer pressure, etc.) Do you believe it to be loving? Why or why not?


About 'The Choice is Yours'

As you grow older, you will be faced with thousands of decisions a day. The way you choose to make these decisions can say a lot about what you believe, what you value and who you are. We want to be people who make decisions - big and small - out of our love and desire to be more like Christ.