Grace Church
Sin Management - Sunday, August 30, 2020
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  • Grace Church - West Campus
    4267 2 Mile Rd, Bay City, MI 48706, USA
    Sunday 9:30 AM, Sunday 11:15 AM
  • Grace Church - East Campus
    510 Fremont Ave, Bay City, MI 48708, USA
    Sunday 9:30 AM
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TODAY’S MESSAGE: "Sin Management"
TODAY’S BIG IDEA: We can’t expect the thing that was designed to only point out the problem to ever ultimately provide the solution.

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Reflect: How does making something off limits tend to make it even more enticing?
Reflect: Paul writes about wanting to do the right but finding himself choosing the wrong. We tend to live in a series of vicious cycles sometimes, don’t we? Can you think of a time(s) when that’s happened to you? How did you recognize it and gain victory?
Reflect: How easy is it for you to recognize the patterns in your life that belong to your life as a “slave to sin”? How hard or easy is it to trade those for new patterns as a “slave to righteousness”?
Reflect: Although we’re prone to buck against them, we do like rules and boundaries. How do they just provide guardrails and not a real solution to the problem of breaking them?
Reflect: Paul reminds us that we are not without hope. Jesus does for us what we can’t do for ourselves! How can you be on the lookout this week for ways that Jesus has provided you victory?
Rest & Reflect: Days 6 & 7 are days of rest and reflection. Use these days to dig a bit deeper if you feel inspired.