SPEAK! With A Transformed Life

March 14, 2017

 

THE SERMON

 

Dr. Mark Scott, one of our Teaching Team, leads us through the next message of our "Speak" series discussing how the Gospel speaks through a transformed life.

Speak your life because what has happened to you is not as big as what has happened for you.
— Dr. Mark Scott

THE QUESTIONS

Use these questions to further explore the topic of the message.

  • Where should we speak about our transformed life?  Near and far (Mark 5:19-20).  To family—are they easy or hard to witness to?  To people in the wider geographical area—where is your Decapolis?
  • What should we speak?  Mercy (Mark 5:19).  This is a term of redemption.  If we are overwhelmed by mercy shouldn’t it show?
  • How should we speak?  Verbally—tell (Mark 5:19) and proclaim (Mark 5:20).
  • Why should we speak?  To make Jesus famous in our region (Mark 7:31-37).
  • Who should speak?  Us—people who have been transformed (Mark 5:15).
  • When should we speak?  How about right now?  Read 2 Corinthians 6:2.
When I am overwhelmed by the mercy of God and what he has done for me it is natural to speak about what He has done.
— Dr. Mark Scott
 
Posted on March 14, 2017 .