Rebellion: The Seed of Rebellion
Last night during FPstudents your middle schooler talked about where rebellion begins. Most of us don’t set out to rebel in our lives. It starts typically as a seed. The seed is typically selfishness. The enemy tempts us with it and before we know it, we are rebelling against God and those in authority over us. Students looked at the story of David and Bathsheba to discover some habits that will help them to break the cycle of rebellion in their lives. (Habit # 1: Take every rebellious thought captive, Habit # 2: Have a Nathan in your life, Habit # 3: Truly repent of your sin.)
- What is selfishness?
- How does selfishness lead to rebellion?
- What does it mean to take every thought captive?
- What is an example of this from your life?
- What is a “Nathan”?
- How can a “Nathan” help you avoid rebellion?
- Who is a “Nathan” in your life?
- What does it mean to repent?