Oct 16, 2016
One Love-Pastor Greg

This week Pastor Greg will be preaching a sermon from Deuteronomy 6:4-9 entitled “One Love.”

Questions
Deuteronomy 6:4-9
Ice Breaker: If someone asks “What do you love?”, what immediately springs to mind?
1. How is our understanding that the “Lord is one” (v.4) supported by New Testament passages? Give examples.
2. Describe how we can love God with all of our heart, soul and might. (v.5) What would that look like? How do we love the Lord with our mind? (see Mark 12:30; Luke 10:27)
3. If these words are “on our heart”, what difference should that make in our purpose or focus for daily living? (v.6)
4. How did you come to first hear these truths? Do you believe them? If so, how are you doing at sharing these same truths? (vv.7-9)
5. Is it possible to have ‘one love’ as this passage describes? Why would this have been hard to obey when it was first spoken and taught, and now when we read it or hear it preached?

 “There are no crown-wearers in Heaven who were not cross-bearers here below.”- Charles Spurgeon

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  • Oct 16, 2016One Love-Pastor Greg
    Oct 16, 2016
    One Love-Pastor Greg

    This week Pastor Greg will be preaching a sermon from Deuteronomy 6:4-9 entitled “One Love.”

    Questions
    Deuteronomy 6:4-9
    Ice Breaker: If someone asks “What do you love?”, what immediately springs to mind?
    1. How is our understanding that the “Lord is one” (v.4) supported by New Testament passages? Give examples.
    2. Describe how we can love God with all of our heart, soul and might. (v.5) What would that look like? How do we love the Lord with our mind? (see Mark 12:30; Luke 10:27)
    3. If these words are “on our heart”, what difference should that make in our purpose or focus for daily living? (v.6)
    4. How did you come to first hear these truths? Do you believe them? If so, how are you doing at sharing these same truths? (vv.7-9)
    5. Is it possible to have ‘one love’ as this passage describes? Why would this have been hard to obey when it was first spoken and taught, and now when we read it or hear it preached?

     “There are no crown-wearers in Heaven who were not cross-bearers here below.”- Charles Spurgeon