Calvary BFC
RESPECTABLE IDOLS - Revelation 2:8-11
Would you die for what you believe? If so, why do we find it harder to live consistently according to what we believe? As we look at Revelation 2:8-11 we see that losing things and even losing life is not true loss because of the gain that we receive. But losing our faith- that would be the most tragic loss we could experience.
Locations & Times
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  • Calvary BFC
    6782 N Main St, Coopersburg, PA 18036, USA
    Sunday 9:00 AM, Sunday 10:45 AM
I. Sometimes Jesus’ followers suffer
II. We do not need to be afraid to suffer
• There will be an end to the suffering
• Though we lose everything we have and even our lives, we will not lose true life
III. We should be willing to suffer to the point of death
IV. We should be willing to suffer for the rest of our lives
• Follow Jesus instead of money
• Follow Jesus instead of comfort
• Follow Jesus instead of time
• Follow Jesus instead of friends/family
V. Our suffering confirms our true life
Bottom Line: Live today the way you will wish you had lived when you get to the end of your life.

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Questions to Consider
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1. Why does Solomon say attending a funeral is good for you (Ecclesiastes 7:2)? How do you want to be remembered? What will it take in order for you to be remembered in that way?

2. What has it cost you to follow Jesus? How do you know that it has been worth it to make those sacrifices?

3. Why are we afraid to suffer? Why can we have courage?

4. What idols tempt us not to follow Jesus? Why are these temptations alluring?

5. What will it look like to resist the temptations of the respectable idols?

6. Do you think it is easier to die for Jesus or to live for Jesus? Why?

7. What change will you make this week in order to turn away from a respectable idol and suffer for Jesus?

8. What does Jesus promise to those who follow Him faithfully?