Don’t just take our word for it . . . take His! We would encourage you to spend time examining the following Scriptures that shaped this sermon: John 13:31-35
At the last supper Jesus washes his disciples feet and tells them that one of them will betray him. When he sends Judas off, he effectively commences his execution. He tells the disciples left in the room a few things:
- He is to be glorified
- He is doing what they cannot do
- He loves them generously and they are to love each other in the same way
- What happens at the last supper? How do the other gospels inform our understanding of it?
- How is God glorified? What does the word glorified mean?
- How do we bring glory to the Lord?
- What is the relevance of foot-washing? How does it apply to us?
- In what ways specifically has God revealed His love for us?
- What is our response to Gods love?
- How will people know that we are disciples?
- What are some tangible ways we can be God’s hands and feet in the Charleston area?
The outline and application questions are intended for your further reflection and action upon the weekend message. They are also designed to facilitate discussion and accountability within your LifeGroup.
Do you have a question about today’s sermon? Email Samuel Hunter (SHunter@StAndrews.Church).