Woe to the Unrepentant

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Sermon Notes

This week Pastor Deric continues our series The 180 with a sermon entitled “Woe to the Unrepentant” focussing on Matthew 11:20-30

Matthew 11:20-30

Ice Breaker: What household chore do you dislike doing the most?

1. What is the immediate context of this passage? (see vv.1-19)
2. What is the significance of Jesus pronouncing a “woe” upon these cities?
3. Why does Jesus reference Tyre and Sidon along with Sodom and Gomorrah?
4. Why do you think indifference towards God’s call to repent is so particularly condemnable?
5. How can someone discern if they’re being indifferent towards God’s call to repentance?
6. If someone recommits a sin which they’ve repented of, does that mean they didn’t truly repent?
7. What steps do you need to take to ensure you are not apathetic towards God’s call for genuine repentance?
8. What did you find helpful or challenging about the message?

“I learn from the Scriptures that repentance is just as necessary to salvation as faith is, and the faith that has not repentance going with it will have to be repented of.” – Charles Spurgeon