Walk Honestly

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1. According to Romans 13:13, how are we to walk?
 

2. According to Romans 13:13, how are we not to walk?
  a) b)
  c) d)
  e) f)

3. Solomon said there are six things that the Lord hates, seven that are an abomination to him. 
  a) Which two are an integral part of our walk of honesty? (Proverbs 6:16-19)
   
   
  b) How is giving a false witness worse than lying about yourself or what you yourself have done? (Thought question – answers will vary.)
   
  c) What does Proverbs 19:9 say about a person who gives false witness?
   

4. Read Acts 5:1-11. 
  a) Who told the first lie? 
   
  b) Who then repeated the same lie?
   
  c) Why do you think they told the lie?
   
  d) To whom did Peter say that they had actually lied?
   
  e) How were they punished for their lies?
   

5. In Colossians 3:8-9, Paul listed things, such as lying and using filthy language, that are regarded by many as “little” sins. We tend to think these “little sins” pose little danger to our spiritual life. But here Paul challenges us to deeper obedience, by putting off the
  in every area of our lives

6. We are also tested in our walk of honesty by what we do.
  a) If we gain something by fraud or deceit, we may actually enjoy it for a while.  Hebrews 11:25 calls this a sin that will bring temporary pleasure for just a season. But what does Proverbs 20:17 say will be the end result?
   
  b) Proverbs 20:23 and Proverbs 11:1 both address the issue of
   
  c) What would be a modern day example of how we might be dishonest in this area? (Answers will vary.)
   

7. In Luke 16:10 Jesus said that anyone who can be trusted in little matters can also be trusted ...
 
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