- God makes us vulnerable as we learn to love our enemies (v.27-28).
- Why does God want us to be vulnerable to our enemies?
- What practice in our lives will help us love our enemies?
- God makes us vulnerable as we practice kindness not revenge (v.29-30).
- Why does God want us to turn the other cheek?
- Why does God want us to give extra to those who claim we owe them?
- God makes us vulnerable as we love people who don’t love us (v.31-33).
- What is it about us loving those who are unloving that pleases God?
- How does vulnerability enter in to the practice of loving the unloving?
- God makes us vulnerable as we give without expecting anything (v.34-35).
- What relationship would we have with God if He expected a return for His gifts?
- How can we practice these commands without being doormats?
- God makes us vulnerable because He has always been vulnerable (v.36).
- How has God displayed His vulnerability in both the Old and New Testaments?
- Why must we show mercy to become like our heavenly Father?
Call to Action: To willingly be vulnerable as we bless those around us.