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topic 3 a whole person

God is interested in your whole life, not just your "spiritual" side. A pursuit of God will transform you into a "whole person".

Talking Points
  • Emotional health is seeing ourselves like God sees us, no more and no less. It’s having the courage to become self-aware and lean into our fears and insecurities. (Psalm 139:1)

  • Relational health is truly loving the people around us and wanting the best for their lives. It’s speaking truth in love even when it’s uncomfortable. (Romans 12:9-10)

  • Spiritual health is letting Jesus fix the brokenness at the core of our being. It’s submitting our attitudes and actions to God so we can start living from the inside out.                         (2 Corinthians 5:17)

discussion questions
  1. Read Matthew 22:37-39 (NLT). What jumps out at you in this passage?

  2. What does it mean to be “emotionally healthy”? Make a list.

  3. Who is the most emotionally healthy person you know? How do you know?

  4. Read Romans 12:9-10 (NLT). What does it mean to be “relationally healthy”? Make a list.

  5. Who is the most relationally healthy person you know? Describe this person.

  6. What grade would you give yourself on your emotional and relational health? Explain.

  7. Read 2 Corinthians 5:17 (NLT). Share about someone who became a “new person” after they met Christ.

  8. Is there a step you need to take based on today’s topic?

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