There Is No Place for Racial Prejudice


  1. God does not approve of speaking against anyone based on race (v.1-2).
    • For what reason did they speak against the leader of their people?
    • What damage did we see this week resulting from racial prejudice?
  2. God clearly punished those who racially rejected authority (v.4-10a).
    • Do you think God was justified in punishing Miriam so severely?
    • What punishments do we receive when we choose to be racially prejudiced?
    • What is wrong with racial prejudice from either side?
  3. Those guilty of racism need to humbly plea for forgiveness (v. 10b-13).
    • Why is racism so serious for a believer? (I John 4:20-21)
    • How are we blessed when we humbly ask for forgiveness?
  4. The shame that follows racism remains even after forgiveness (v.14-16).
    • Why would God allow uncleanness to remain on those who are forgiven?
    • Why do we need reminders of our sin? (Hebrews 10:3)
  5. We are called to be racially inclusive (Galatians 3:26-29).
    • What attitude toward Christ is displayed by the racially prejudiced?
    • How can we learn an appreciation for unity in Christ that will end our prejudice?

Call to Action: To become all things to all men so that we might save some.


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