TAWG guide for Thursday and Friday

Here are the TAWG guides for Thursday and Friday! Hope to see you on Skype at 2PM

Thursday, August 4th
Text: Colossians 4:5-6; Galatians 5:22-23
What’s the big idea?

Depending on the translation, Paul says that we live with outsiders or unbelievers. Why are unbelievers considered outsiders? Outsiders often have a negative connotation, but how does Paul say that they should be answered? What does it mean to be treated respectfully?
How does Paul say we should be living among the world?
Where does wisdom come from?
Galations 5:22-23 (also known as the fruit of the Spirit) talks about what to focus on in your life. What does Paul mean when he says that there is no law against these things? What is one of these attributes you wish you had more of? Pray about it and ask God for more.
Chewing gum thought: Live at peace with each other, even those who are going down a wrong path. Have wisdom about how to answer them about your faith.

Friday, August 5th
Text: Colossians 4:7-18
What’s the big idea?
This is Paul’s signature, where he’s signing off on his letter. Who are some people with him? Are there any people that you’ve heard of before?
Who are some people in your life that have come alongside you to encourage you?
What is Paul’s attitude? How can we have hope even when things seem hopeless and there doesn’t seem to be a way out?
Read Psalm 77:1-12. How does the Psalmist find hope?
When is a time that you’ve seen God’s faithfulness that you can remember when things seem hopeless?
Chewing gum thought: Paul was in chains, but he was not alone. Even in the middle of his suffering, he encouraged and prayed for others.


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