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  • 2 years ago

Questions for Reflectdion
1. What are some of the injustices in the world that really upset you and why?

2. When have you personally experienced an injustice? What was that like for you?

3. Describe a time when you were guilty of doing something wrong. Were you hoping for justice or mercy in this instance? Why?

4. The irony in our desire for justice is that it is one directional. We don’t really want justice when we are guilty. How have you seen this to be true?

5. In order for God to be loving, He has to be just. In what ways do you either agree or disagree? How does this apply personally to your life?

6. In the courtroom scene that was described, how do you imagine it playing out if you are sitting in the defendant’s chair?

7. Read John 3:36. How does this sentence line up with the trajectory of God’s theme of justice throughout Scripture? Where do you personally stand with this sentence?

8. What is one way that you can extend forgiveness to another human being made

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