Walk Worthy of the Lord


Doing good works doesn’t simply imply we are to stay busy doing “good deeds.” Even the unsaved do good deeds for their fellow man. Search the following scriptures to see what else “good works” includes for the believer.

1. What are some of the things we will do when we walk worthy of the Lord? (Answers are found in the text.)

2. Good works are to be our witness to the unsaved.  What two areas are mentioned in 1 Peter 2:11-12 about which we should be careful, as failing in these could ruin our testimony to unbelievers?

3. In Titus 2:7, the Apostle Paul told Titus he needed to be more than a teacher. He also had to
  His guidance to others would not be taken seriously if he himself was not walking worthy of the Lord.

4. Good works are the means by which we minister to the
  of our fellow believers. (Titus 3:14)

5. Good works are an integral part of God's eternal plan, and therefore they are our highest responsibility. In addition, our good works are actually evidence that ... (Ephesians 2:10)

6. We are not to do our good works reluctantly. Instead, what should be our attitude? (Titus 2:14)

7. We begin our walk with the Lord with faith.  But as we increase in our knowledge of God (Colossians 1:10), our faith progresses into … (2 Peter 1:5-8)
  a) b)
  c) d)
  e) f)

8. Ephesians 5:2 tells us that our walk in the Lord, our good works in Christ, are the
  of a sacrificial love-offering to God.

9. What should happen when men see our good works? (Matthew 5:16)
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