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Vendor: Christianity Today
Publication Date: 2009
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Series: Christian Vision Project Bible Study
Actions speak louder than words.
How do most non-believers view Christians today? Do they see evidence of a life that stands for something larger than the accumulation of material goods and self-fulfillment, one that has purpose, direction, and invites exploration? Or do they see nothing that makes being a
Christian particularly appealing?
We live in a time when calling ourselves Christians demands not only that we privately hold to a set of beliefs, but that we live out those beliefs in such a way that others want to know what makes us different. A life that demonstrates, identifies with, and stands for the truth of the gospel, regardless of personal cost, will have a contagious effect on those who are exposed to it.
Table of Contents
SCRIPTURE: Daniel 3:8 30; Matthew 5:13 16; Romans 12:1 2; James 2:14 26; Hebrews 12:1 7
Identify the Current Issue
Discover the Eternal Principles
--Teaching point one: A vibrant gospel lifestyle is one that demonstrates involvement in the lives of others.
--Teaching point two: A vibrant gospel lifestyle is one that clearly identifies with Christ.
--Teaching point three: A vibrant gospel lifestyle is one that is willing to pay the price to do what is right.
Apply Your Findings
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