FtF-Day04

22. Watch the video vignette entitled, “Conclusion.” As you reflect on this Bible study, reflect on what you found to be the most helpful insight.

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21. The opportunities for personal application of God’s word in our lives are many. Do not be anxious or overcome by such opportunities. Simply trust in the Lord’s promises to you. Note the following Bible verses:

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20. Our gracious God has given us his holy Word that clearly confronts us with our sin and comforts us with his free forgiveness on account of Christ. In his love, he has placed us, by virtue of our Baptism, into a community of believers known as the “body of Christ.” In this community we are accountable to one another. Describe the accountability spoken of in the following:

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19. Nevertheless, God’s forgiveness gives us the power to overcome temptation and to live as his children. Note the hope given in the following verses.

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18. Sin is not something new, not even sexual sin. We are saints and sinners at the same time. Temptation will always be a part of our earthly life. We live in a fallen world and should not be surprised at the struggles we experience in our daily lives. This is especially true as the end draws near. Look up the following Bible verses and note their application today.

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17. Look up the following Bible verses as you “remember” your Baptism. What hope do you find in these words?

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16. What is the most important message you would give to someone who asks you how to deal with a friend or family member who has been found to be using Internet pornography or engaged in cybersex?

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15. Sin always has consequences. In God’s forgiveness, the consequences of eternal death are taken away. How did the Gospel enable the son to live with the earthly consequences of his sin over time?

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14. An outsider may not have been sure that his son’s sorrow was “godly” sorrow. The father heard a desperation in his son’s voice and words that led him to believe that his son was repentant. Perhaps, the son was merely expressing “worldly” sorrow (see 2 Corinthians 7:10). Nevertheless, why was the assurance of forgiveness so important for the son at the time he called?

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13. What was the father’s immediate response?

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12. In the phone call to his father, what signs of repentance did the son display?

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11. Always give hope through the Gospel. It can be as simple as reading one of the many Bible verses that proclaim God’s forgiveness. Consider the following verses.

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