Seeds of Truth: Ephesians 4:32
Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other,
just as in Christ God forgave you.
Ephesians 4:32, NIV
What does it mean to be kind and compassionate to one another? How do you treat others kindly and compassionately when you don’t feel kind or compassionate toward them? When was a time when someone else treated you with kindness and compassion? How did it affect you?
How do you forgive someone when they hurt you? When was a time when it was difficult to forgive? How did you learn to forgive anyway? How did unforgiveness hurt a relationship? How did forgiveness restore a relationship? What role does the forgiveness of Christ play in the way you forgive others?
How does this verse affect your marriage? How does this verse affect the way you parent? How does it impact your other relationships?
How can you use this verse in your writing?
- What stories can you share in a personal experience piece? What takeaway value can you offer your readers?
- What tips and insights can you offer in a how-to article?
- How can you use this verse as inspiration for poetry?
- How can you use this verse as the foundation for a devotion?
- Who lives out this verse? Can you interview them and do a personality profile on them?
- How can you use this verse in fiction? What conflicts or character flaws can you give your characters so they have to work through the issues of kindness, compassion and forgiveness.
- How can you teach children about this verse through stories and articles?
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