I CORINTHIANS 13
- Love for God is incomplete without displaying it by blessing others (v.1).
- Why is genuine love more persuasive than impressive speech?
- How can we make sure that our words are more than an obnoxious noise?
- Spiritual maturity and insight is incomplete without practicing love (v.2).
- What happens to Christianity when we just focus on lofty concepts of faith?
- Why is our insight worthless if it has not led us to practice genuine love?
- Self-sacrificing religious devotion is nothing without genuine love (v.3).
- Why do we praise God about His self-sacrificing love more than for His perfection?
- As the body of Christ, what traits will others reject or praise?
- Real love is two things: patient and kind (v.4).
- How are we doing at the task of practicing an enduring love?
- Why is love incomplete when it is just a concept without the actions of kindness?
- Love that is patient and kind does five things (v.6b-7).
- What does your love rejoice in?
- Who does your love protect?
- Who is confident in your consistent hope and trust?
- How are you persevering in our task of being the love of Christ in our world?
Call to Action: To persevere in being the patient, kind love of Christ.