Committed to the Word
In a time when everyone is encouraged to pursue their own truth, the church is called to be a counterculture that lives by the truth revealed in God’s Word.
I. What it Means to Be Committed to the Word?
II. Why Are We Committed to the Word?
III. How Can I Be More Committed to the Word?
Sermon Discussion Questions:
1. What parts of the Bible are you most inclined to cut out, either literally or just practically?
2. When it comes to knowing, obeying, and spreading God’s Word, which do you find to be the easiest for you, and which is the most challenging?
3. Where have you seen a place in your life where you were dwelling in spiritual darkness or ignorance and God enlightened you through his Word?
4. When it comes to reading, believing, obeying, and sharing God’s Word, which one does it feel like God may be prompting you to step into more fully? How do you suppose you can do that this week practically?
This is the third sermon in our series, "Counter Culture". Today, January 24th, 2020, Trent Casto delivers his sermon from 2 Peter 1:16-21 entitled " Committed to the Word".