Colossians 2:23, 3:10

Fill-In Notes:



1. Do you have any personal experience with someone (yourself included) who demonstrated good behavior, but was “corrupted” with “evil desires” under the surface?   

2. In your opinion or experience, why might it be easier to only correct the behavior of your family & children than to concentrate on their heart?   

3. How might a child or family member behave when they don’t believe each of these heart-level truths?

a. God is great – so we don’t have to be in control.    

b. God is glorious – so we don’t have to fear others.  

c. God is good – so we don’t have to look elsewhere.

d. God is gracious – so we don’t have to prove ourselves.