[Online Service] Divine Revolution: Salt and Light

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Scripture: Matthew 5:13-17

Sermon:

Sermon Discussion Questions:
1) Jesus places a very high value and esteem on his people as he calls them “The Salt of the Earth and the Light of the World.”
Do you see yourself in that way?
Do you see the church in that way? Why or why not?

2) Eugene talked about the church existing “for the life of the world”.
What do you think of that statement in relation to how God has gifted or influenced your community to do that?

3) Salt has the role of “enhancing flavour”, “acting as a preservative”, and being “fertilizer”.
In which category do you think you personally have the strongest attribute of being salt?
In which category do you think your community/fellowship/church/small group has the strongest attribute?
In which attribute of being salt do you think there’s work to be done for you and your community?

4) Light has the role of “revealing”, “giving direction”, and “pushing back darkness”.
In which category do you think you personally have the strongest attribute of being light?
In which category do you think your community/fellowship/church/small group has the strongest attribute?
In which attribute of being light do you think there is work to be done for you and your community?

5) Jesus warns us that salt can lose its saltiness (accommodation) and that light can become hidden (fortification).
Do you think this is true for you or your community? What would you change?

6) What has Jesus been saying to you about the role he wants you to play as salt and light in your sphere, where you live, work, play or study?
What good deeds do you want to be part of at this time that will lead to praise for your Father in heaven?

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