Virginia Hills Church
Changed Lives Change Lives: “Gracious Living”
Join us this Sunday at 9:30 am and 11:00 am as Eric Reploeg preaches on Changed Lives Change Lives: “Gracious Living”
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  • VA Hills Church
    737 Rockland Rd, Front Royal, VA 22630, USA
    Sunday 9:30 AM, Sunday 11:00 AM
  • Virginia Hills Church
    Sunday 9:30 AM, Sunday 11:00 AM
• We eventually ___________ what we ____________.
• ___________ is designed to take the place of _______ in your life.
• We need to understand our ____________ before we can appreciate the gospel.
Titus 3:4
• I did all the ___________. He did all the ____________!
Titus 3:6-7
• When you get _________, you get everything.
Titus 3:8
• Good works authenticate our faith to a _________ __________.
• Good works authenticate our faith to ________________.
Titus 3:9
• Avoid religious people who major on __________ and minor on __________.
For the unbeliever - you must be ________ ____________. For the believer - see the ___________ through a new lens.
• Look at this world with __________________, not ___________________.

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Community Group Study Questions:
1. What is something that stood out to you from this week’s sermon? What did you learn that you need to apply?

2. Could the list of behaviors in Titus 3:3 apply to believers as well as unbelievers? If so, how does this happen?

3. Much of this sermon/chapter dealt with our own sinful nature as well as our new life in Jesus. Is any of this hard to reconcile or live out?

4. WhatweresomeofthemeaninglessdisputesinPaul’sday (3:9)? What are some today?

5. Read or summarize Matthew 18:21-25. How does this story compare to Titus 3:3-9?

6. What is the ultimate goal of forgiveness?