Chapter Four, Lesson One
REMEMBERING OUR MASTER Page
V. 6 (cont'd.)
This eliminates the thought of a programed response for sharing the
gospel. When speaking with members of a cult, you only hear the programed
answer with which they have been prepared. The true believer simply
speaks out of that which fills his heart and responds sensitively to
the needs of his audience. cf. Matthew 12:34-35
** What did we learn today from the lesson that Paul taught the earthly
masters regarding how we should treat one another?
We should always be just and fair toward others, because
we both have the same Master in heaven.
** What are the four areas of a Christian's life which can be impacted
for the glory of God as he or she is
"Remembering Our Master"?
1) Our prayer life becomes devoted and alert.
2) We speak forth the mystery of Christ.
3) We conduct ourselves with wisdom.
4) We speak with grace and "salt".
** As you look back at that brief list, you may be able to tell the times
when you fail to remember your
Master. Do you see yourself not devoted to prayer, not sharing the gospel,
not walking wisely or not speaking with the graciousness of Christ? You
may want to spend more time thinking about our Lord Jesus Christ and all
that He has done for us.
** In Psalm 19:14 David says, "Let the words of my mouth and the
meditation of my heart be acceptable in Thy sight, O Lord, my Rock and
my Redeemer". May we share David's passion to be "Remembering
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