Holy Man Podcast - Episode 27 - Special Guest Randy Tate

Episode 27 October 19, 2022 00:43:39
Holy Man Podcast - Episode 27 - Special Guest Randy Tate
Holy Man Podcast
Holy Man Podcast - Episode 27 - Special Guest Randy Tate

Oct 19 2022 | 00:43:39


Hosted By

Paul Baughman

Show Notes

Life Group Questions:

  1. What is the harshest, rudest, tactless thing you can remember being said to you? What’s the worst one you can remember saying to someone else?
  2. Where are the places, what is the context, or who are the people around you, when you have the tendency to be rude, tactless or harsh with your communication?
  3. Read 1 Samuel 25:1-13. Nabal was harsh, rude, and tactless.  Why?  What are some of the things that can cause us to be this way towards others?  What are your thoughts on how David reacts? 
  4. Now read 1 Samuel 25:14-17;20-28. What does Abigail teach us? How should we respond to someone like Nabal?  Read Proverbs 25:21-22.  The enemy is the one who is rude or harsh to you.  What’s the lesson?  What does this tell me if I am the “enemy” or the one who is rude or harsh to someone?
  5. Read Matthew 7:12. How important is this thought from Jesus?  How does being rude, tactless, and harsh agree/disagree with this command?  IF we apply it, how does it affect our lives, and other people’s lives in those moments we are sometimes rude, harsh or tactless?  How does if affect us when others are nasty to us?

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