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The Bible Teacher's Commentary
Romans 12:1-8 Bible Study: Our Response to Each Other challenges us on our personal response to Christ, how to treat each brother and sister and our perception on the body of Christ as a whole.
1. What does Paul urge his brothers and sisters to do (Romans 12:1)?
2. What do you think the difference between a living sacrifice and a dead sacrifice is (Romans 12:1)?
3. So how does Paul define “spiritual worship” in verse 1?
4. What are we not to pattern our lives after (Romans 12:2)?
5. How do we transform our lives (Romans 12:2)?
6. As a result of transforming our minds, we will then “be able to
__________________________ God’s will is” (Romans 12:2).
7. What three ways does Paul describe God’s will at the end of verse 2?
8. How are we not to think of ourselves (Romans 12:3)?
9. How are we to think of ourselves (Romans 12:3)?
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10. How do verses 4 and 5 relate to the way we think of ourselves (Romans 12:3-5)?
11. List the analogy (illustration) of the church in Romans 12:4-5?
12. In which way are the different gifts spread out among the members of the church (Romans 12:6)?
13. List the different gifts mentioned in Romans 12:6-8, and describe the way we are to use it.
14. List at least two changes you desire to take place in your life because of these verses:
Bonus questions on Romans 12:1-8
What is the difference in the way Paul talks about our view toward ourselves (Romans 12:3-5) and the way the world or friends understand “self-esteem”?
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