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1Timothy, Chapter One, Lesson Three

CHRIST'S EXAMPLE            Page 6

V.17 ** What kind of response should we have to this amazing news? How should we respond to Jesus Christ for His grace and mercy which has given us so much to enjoy for all of eternity?

Just like Paul does here in verse seventeen. Our hearts should break forth in a doxology (or praise saying) which is designed to exalt the greatness of our Lord and God.

His description: “the King eternal, immortal, invisible, the only God.
His doxology: “be honor and glory forever and ever. Amen”

EXTRICATE

** How did Paul open our passage for today? What attitude should accompany our daily walk with the Lord when we consider all that He has accomplished on our behalf?

He displayed his “attitude of gratitude” and so should we in everything we do; out of our loving, thankful hearts toward the Lord.

DELINEATE

** How bad off was Paul before he was saved?

He was a “blasphemer, persecutor and violent aggressor” against Jesus Christ and any who believed on His name for salvation.

EVALUATE

** Who was “Christ’s Example” today which showed us the openness of the gospel in its ability to save sinners?

The apostle Paul himself, in his murderous, sinful lifestyle. He could be saved, so anyone can be!

ACTIVATE

** How will learning about “Christ’s Example” better prepare you to share the good news of the gospel with the sinners who cross your path?

No matter what they have done, or how badly they feel about themselves; if they will repent and call out to Christ for forgiveness, they too can be saved.

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