Each of us has a limited capacity for passion in our lives. What has made the cut of passion in your life? What topics, events, people, etc can elicit emotion in you at the drop of at? Let’s pop the hood for bit this week and see if perhaps we have misplaced some of that passion in our lives.
“We do justice when we give all human beings their due as creations of God. Doing justice includes not only the righting of wrongs, but generosity and social concern, especially toward the poor and vulnerable. This kind of life reflects the character of God. It consists of a broad range of activities, from simple fair and honest dealings with people in daily life, to regular, radically generous giving of your time and resources, to activism that seeks to end particular forms of injustice, violence, and oppression.” – Tim Keller
Social Justice: The impartial and proportional treatment of each person in society as a necessary condition of their human dignity
How are you impacted by stories of poverty?
- context: Matthew 23:1-12
Assumptions that kill our passion:
- They can replicate the success of another
- I know how they got here
- Their situation is solely the product of their nature and nurture
- Their situation is solely the product of bad decisions
What hijacks your compassion?Discussion Questions
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