We’re on week two of our new series, The Life. This week, the lesson was entitled “Salvation Empowers Discipleship,” and it focused on helping students understand that through saving faith in Jesus, we are no longer separated from God by our sins, but are instead reconciled to be in relationship with Him.
We looked at the following Scripture passages:
- Romans 10:9-13
- Romans 5:6-11
- Romans 3:23
- Romans 6:23
You’ll enjoy reading these powerful passages that demonstrate how Jesus’ rescue of us demonstrates God’s love for us.
Next Steps . . .
During the next week as you have time to talk with your family, remember that one way that will help him or her understand and apply what he or she has learned is to explain it to someone else. Use the following questions to guide your conversation:
- What does it mean that our relationship with God is broken by our sin?
- How can we know that God loves us?
- Where are you in terms of responding to God’s love? Is it something you’ve thought about? Have you said “yes” to Jesus and His offer of salvation?
Check out this week’s newsletter email for links to Student Devotions!
“because, if you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.”
Romans 10:9 (ESV)
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