Sin is always hungry for more. It wants more territory. Repentance cuts it off.
Does Jesus always do what you expect? Meet your needs just as you want? If not, why? Could it be because He knows your deeper need and is doing a deeper work?
What does Mark want to show us in the healing of this leper? More than the cleansing of a skin disease
Can Christians still sin? Why didn’t God just get rid of all desire to sin and make us perfect when He saved us?
God is not a joy-kill. He pursues and protects us against the joy-stealing, soul-crushing, effects of sin through the sacrificial death of His Son, and through the continued advocacy of our Savior.
How do we maintain good fellowship with God? The first hindrance John deals with is sin. How can a God who is light have fellowship with those who have sinned?
What is the One Thing that you’re about? The thing that defines you, that you’re straining toward? Is it knowing Jesus Christ?
There are times God makes things crooked to: ____________________________________ ____________________________________ ____________________________________
The poor in spirit will mourn over their ___________, not just the ___________________ of it. Proper mourning will include a kind of godly _____________ toward __________, but it will also demonstrate __________________ toward _________________. We experience the blessing of the ___________________________, but we experience the fullness of God’s ____________________ in the ________________.