Cornerstone

“What do you do when you realize you're the least significant person in the room?”
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Every one of us desires to be significant. We long for significance and importance. But, what do you do once you have it? In Christ we have been given all the significance and importance we could every dream of. In light of this amazing gift, we now are freed to no longer search for our significance on this earth, and to consider each person in our lives as more significant than ourselves. Learning to live that out is to embody the truly Christ-like life.

Application Questions

1. What are ways that you find yourself pursuing surface-level unity, not empowered by the gospel?

2. In what ways are you tempted to think of yourself as more significant than others?

3. How would your relationships at work change if you considered others more significant than yourself?

4. How would your relationships in your Community Group change if you considered others more significant than yourself?

5. How would your relationships at home change if you considered others more significant than yourself?

Scott Mehl

Scott serves the church by overseeing leadership, development, global ministries, and counseling/discipleship

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