Care Group Discussion Questions - April 15, 2012
Do you think it is possible to be angry and not sin? If your answer is yes, do you think that type of anger common or uncommon? What constitutes “righteous anger”? Are there any examples (other than Jesus) of “righteous anger”?
Jesus was “grieved” at the hardness of the Pharisees’ hearts. Why is it so hard to be angry and grieved at the same time? What are the heart attitudes needed to be genuinely grieved about the hardness of someone’s heart?
The man with the withered hand is often lost in the narrative. What personal application/s can you draw from his act of faith? Be specific.