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The One Anothers of the New Testament - Part 4

HEBREWS, JAMES, 1PETER            Page 6

V.10 ** First, find the command in this verse?

9) serving one another!

** OK, what does every believer have in common?

We each have received a special gift at the time of our salvation. That spiritual gift is to be used, not for our benefit, but for the benefit of others.

** If we were to faithfully do this, what would we prove to, be according to the end of this verse?

"...good stewards of the manifold grace of God". cf. 1Corinthians 4:1-2

And finally in chapter five -
V. 5 ** This often repeated theme in the New Testament is here accompanied by a very strong motive. What are we to do?

10) "...clothe yourselves with humility toward one another"

** What is the motive?

"God is opposed to the proud, but gives grace to the humble"

Because we do not want to be found in opposition to our beloved Savior and we do wish to be recipients of His grace, we should be compelled to put on these new clothes!

EXTRICATE

** We have been privileged to learn so much today. Let me take you back to the beginning. Do you really want to glorify the Lord with your life?

Do you think that others around you will notice a tremendous difference because you were here?

DELINEATE

** What were the one another commands for today?

1. encourage (non-believers to accept the gospel)
2. stimulate one another to love and good deeds
3. do not slander
4. do not complain
5. confess your sins to one another
6. pray for one another
7. love one another, fervently
8. be hospitable
9. serve (as good stewards)
10. clothe yourself with humility

** From that list, what do you suppose is the key to glorifying the Lord as we live in this world?

Number 10, ...clothe yourself with "humility"!

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