1. Standard memberRBHILL
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    Week 26 Honesty

    Honesty is essential in building strong personal relationships. We must be able to trust each other as Christians. Our credibility is especially important in our witness to nonbelievers. Scripture encourages us to back up our witness with honest behavior.

    1. Circle key words and phrases in the following Scriptures.

    Rather, we have renounced secret and shameful ways; we do not use deception, nor do we distort the word of God. On the contrary, by setting forth the truth plainly we commend ourselves to every man’s conscience in the sight of God.
    2 CORINTHIANS 4:2

    Do not lie to each other, since you have taken off your old self with its
    practices.
    COLOSSIANS 3:9

    Do not repay anyone evil for evil. Be careful to do what is right in the eyes of everybody.
    ROMANS 12:17

    * For we are taking pains to do what is right, not only in the eyes of the Lord but also in the eyes of men.
    2 CORINTHIANS 8:21

    The LORD abhors dishonest scales, but accurate weights are his delight. . . . The integrity of the upright guides them, but the unfaithful are destroyed by their duplicity.
    PROVERBS 11:1, 3

    An evil man is trapped by his sinful talk, but a righteous man escapes
    trouble. . . . A truthful witness gives honest testimony, but a false witness tells lies.
    PROVERBS 12:13, 17

    2. What do we learn about honesty in (answer briefly):

    2 Corinthians 4:2 2
    Corinthians 8:21
    Colossians 3:9
    Proverbs 11:1, 3
    Romans 12:17
    Proverbs 12:13, 17

    3. Do a verse study using the form on the next page.

    4. Memorize 2 Corinthians 8:21.

    Verse Study Form

    Using the suggested memory verse marked with an asterisk from the
    opposite page, complete this verse study form.

    1. Verse reference ____________________________________________

    2. List two key words and define them.
    Key Word ________________________________________________
    Definition ________________________________________________
    _________________________________________________________
    Key Word ________________________________________________
    Definition ________________________________________________
    _________________________________________________________

    3. What does the verse say?
    (Paraphrase—Rewrite the verse in your own words.)
    _________________________________________________________
    _________________________________________________________
    _________________________________________________________
    _________________________________________________________
    _________________________________________________________
    _________________________________________________________

    4. How can you apply the truth of this verse to your life today?
    _________________________________________________________
    _________________________________________________________
    _________________________________________________________
    _________________________________________________________
    _________________________________________________________
    _________________________________________________________

    Closing (Prayer time and assignment for next week)

    Next week (Our Hearts)
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    21 Apr '05 17:08
    Originally posted by RBHILL
    Week 26 Honesty

    Honesty is essential in building strong personal relationships. We must be able to trust each other as Christians. Our credibility is especially important in our witness to nonbelievers. Scripture encourages us to back up our witness with honest behavior.

    1. Circle key words and phrases in the following Scriptures.

    Rather, we have re ...[text shortened]... ________________

    Closing (Prayer time and assignment for next week)

    Next week (Our Hearts)
    Don't you think you should give proper credit to your 'brother in Christ', instead of stealing his words?

    http://www.stephenseay.com/30exercises%20Bible%20Study.pdf

    For those that don't want to wait for ~700K to download, do a Google search on "Honesty is essential in building strong personal relationships".

  3. Subscriberno1marauder
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    21 Apr '05 20:09
    Originally posted by BigDoggProblem
    Don't you think you should give proper credit to your 'brother in Christ', instead of stealing his words?

    http://www.stephenseay.com/30exercises%20Bible%20Study.pdf

    For those that don't want to wait for ~700K to download, do a Google search on "Honesty is essential in building strong personal relationships".

    The irony of RBHILL plagiarizing a Bible Study on Honesty is tooooooooo much for my heathen mind to comprehend.
  4. Standard memberDoctorScribbles
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    21 Apr '05 20:14
    Originally posted by no1marauder
    The irony of RBHILL plagiarizing a Bible Study on Honesty is tooooooooo much for my heathen mind to comprehend.
    Be honest now, no1, have you really been deceived for 26 weeks into thinking that RBHILL himself prepared these studies? I'm pretty sure he gave a citation for the whole series in the first one.
  5. Subscriberno1marauder
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    21 Apr '05 20:30
    Originally posted by DoctorScribbles
    Be honest now, no1, have you really been deceived for 26 weeks into thinking that RBHILL himself prepared these studies? I'm pretty sure he gave a citation for the whole series in the first one.
    You actually think I've read this rubbish for 26 weeks????? Every time I quote from a source, I cite it; it's insufficient for me to cite MSN once every 26 weeks if I'm going to use different articles.
  6. Standard memberRBHILL
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    21 Apr '05 21:08
    Originally posted by BigDoggProblem
    Don't you think you should give proper credit to your 'brother in Christ', instead of stealing his words?

    http://www.stephenseay.com/30exercises%20Bible%20Study.pdf

    For those that don't want to wait for ~700K to download, do a Google search on "Honesty is essential in building strong personal relationships".

    Praise God you finally found it. The 30 Disipleship exercises.
    You can find them and order them at Billy Grahams website. And by the way I gave them Creadit at week one Bible Study, so you spoke way to late LOL.
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    21 Apr '05 21:15
    http://billygraham.com/SH_ThirtyDiscipleshipExercises.asp

    http://billygraham.com/glossyIncludes/SH_ThirtyDiscipleshipExercises/thirtyDiscipleshipExercises.pdf
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    21 Apr '05 21:161 edit
    Originally posted by sasquatch672
    You know, in spite of the fact that this guy thinks I'm a Satanist because I go to a church that has staues of Mary inside, this was intended as a Bible study. Maybe we should let him be.

    On second thought, nah. He's earned our ...[text shortened]... is like the time I hijacked somebody's shore house for a summer.
    Jesus says that if you are not of him you are of the devil.

    There is no middle ground.
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    21 Apr '05 21:171 edit
    Originally posted by RBHILL
    Praise God you finally found it. The 30 Disipleship exercises.
    You can find them and order them at Billy Grahams website. And by the way I gave them Creadit at week one Bible Study, so you spoke way to late LOL.
    30? You mean there are only four more??

    Why do I feel like I have to shell out as though it were a limited edition Macallan?

    EDIT: But seriously - has it been six months already?
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    21 Apr '05 21:18
    Originally posted by RBHILL
    Jesus says that if you are not of him you are of the devil.

    There is no middle ground.
    Where did Jesus say that?
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    21 Apr '05 21:181 edit
    Originally posted by no1marauder
    Where did Jesus say that?
    "You are either for us or against us". It's there in the Bible somewhere ...

    Or am I thinking of Dubya? 🙄

    EDIT: Found it. Mk 9:40 - "For he who is not against us is for us".
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    21 Apr '05 21:25
    Originally posted by sasquatch672
    You know what? I think you're going to hell. I think for the way you talk to people, for the way you you judge people, for the way you distort and ruin God's message, I think you're going to hell.

    Everyone would go to hell if it was not for Jesus. Romans 5:8 and John 3:36.

    You said you think. As a Christian you can KNOW where you will Go after you die.

    Paul know he was going to heaven and go read what 1 John 5:13 says.
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    21 Apr '05 21:25
    Originally posted by lucifershammer
    "You are either for us or against us". It's there in the Bible somewhere ...

    Or am I thinking of Dubya? 🙄

    EDIT: Found it. Mk 9:40 - "For he who is not against us is for us".
    Isn't that the opposite of what RBHILL and GW said?
  14. Standard memberRBHILL
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    21 Apr '05 21:28
    And I know I am like everyone else, I have a sinful nature, but you see I am a saved sinner, just like every saved person.

    An I have not come plained when someone here points out my sins. But when I point people sin out they complain.

    Like that one day I put something on God and someone here pointed it out, I took it like a man and confessed it the God.
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    21 Apr '05 21:41
    Originally posted by sasquatch672
    People point out your sins in retaliation for you being such a sanctimonious and overbearing bore. You point out peoples' sins to make you feel better about you.

    (Not much bible study getting done, eh folks?)

    You know - it seems that everywhere Jesus went, he attracted throngs of people. What does it say about you that you don't attract throng ...[text shortened]... then they go into the bar after their games and get a dollar off each pitcher. Am I right?

    Oh come on! RBHill does attract a throng ...
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