Look back through each of the twelve lessons. Remember: the objective is to learn. Learning occurs (1) when we gain new information or (2) when we gain new understandings and insights. The purpose of Christian learning is to change our thinking and our hearts by advancing our spiritual maturity. As you look back over the lessons consider the things you now know that you did not know prior to this study. Consider new insights and understandings that you gained. As you consider each lesson, write down two understandings about being God's servant that touched your life. Why did each of those understandings touch your mind and heart?
Lesson one: We follow Jesus because Jesus followed God.
Lesson two: We are converted to be good servants.
Lesson three: The new reality in Christ.
Lesson four: A servant is not greater than his Lord.
Lesson five: What Christians are taught by foot washing.
Lesson six: We are unprofitable servants.
Lesson seven: God's servant is merciful.
Lesson eight: God's avenue to spiritual significance.
Lesson nine: We serve whom we obey.
Lesson ten: Do not misuse Christian freedom.
Lesson eleven: The Lord's servant must not quarrel.
Lesson twelve: Serving and the judgment.
How have this quarter's lessons helped you understand that each Christian is God's servant?
How have this quarter's lessons matured your concepts of what it means to be God's servant?
Link to Teacher's Guide Quarter 2, Lesson 13
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