“A Servant of the Gospel” (Eph. 3:1-13)
The gospel was proclaimed to churches and reached us because of the cost of so many lives of God’s saints. For me to hear the gospel, how many Christians who went before me had to face hardships to remain in faith and paid the cost to share this gospel with others in the last 2000 years.
The gospel is at the cost of Jesus’ life. And in order to reach the gospel to us, the cost of so many lives of God’s saints were paid. We received such a precious gift. Do we treat it as such a precious gift? Are we faithful for the gospel? We must be a servants of the gospel.
For LifeNet groups and personal reflection:
1) How does Paul’ life show the grace of God? And what changes can you see in Paul’s belief or perspective? How did the changes affect his life?
2) Do you have any experience where God revealed himself to you, or God spoke to you? What was the experience? What was your first reaction/response? How did it affect your life?
3) Through Paul’ life, what can you learn about the power of the gospel? How did the power work in his life? What was the key to release the power through him?
4) Can you recognize that the power of the gospel is working in and through you? What may hinder the power from being active? What is our responsibility in order to keep the power being active?
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