Sermon:

PERPETUALLY FLOORED BY THE GOSPEL

text:

Luke 7: 36-50

LISTEN:

questions:

1. Differentiate Simon and the woman-of-the-city in all the ways you can. Why would her presence in Simon's home seemed scandalous?
 

2. Why are we tempted to categorize ourselves and others only as "victims" or "heroes" but not as "sinners" the way Scripture does?
 

3. Was there a moment or season in your life when it became most clear to you that your "debt of sin" was immense and un-deal-able with by you? What triggered that realization?
 

4. How did the woman's signs of affection for Jesus communicate that a redemption had taken place in her life? What would that look like in pronounced places of sin in your own life?
 

5. What are the moments when you are most tempted to live as if you are righteous by virtue of your own virtue?