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Further Study:
Ellen G. White, “Pentecost,” pp. 35–46; “The Gift of
the Spirit,” pp. 47–56; “Exalting the Cross,” pp. 201–210; “Corinth,” pp. 243–254; “Called to Reach a Higher Standard,”
pp. 309–322, in The Acts of the Apostles.
“Holiness is not rapture: it is an entire surrender of the will to God; it is living by every word that proceeds from the mouth of
God; . . . it is walking by faith . . . it is relying on God with unquestioning confidence, and resting in His love.”—Ellen G. White, The Acts of the Apostles, p. 51.
“What was the strength of those who in the past have suffered persecution for Christ’s sake? It was union with God, . . . with the Holy Spirit, . . . with Christ. Reproach and persecution have separated many from earthly friends, but never from the love of Christ.”—Page 85.
“[These] consecrated messengers . . . allowed no thought of self-exaltation to mar their presentation of Christ. . . . They coveted neither authority nor pre-eminence.”—Page 209.
“By idolatry he [Paul] meant not only the worship of idols, but self-serving, love of ease, the gratification of appetite and passion.”
—Page 317.
Discussion Questions:
1. In class talk about all the reasons we have for faith. What “proofs” do we have for what we believe? What rational and logi-
cal evidence do we have that helps to affirm us in our beliefs? At the same time, what are the challenges to our faith? In the end, even despite these challenges, why do we believe what we do?
2.Think about some of the most powerful worship services you ever have attended. What made them so special, so powerful? What elements in particular made the difference? How can these elements be brought into your local church worship, if they are not there already?
3. What are some of the potential ways in which our worship services actually could impede our view of Christ and the Cross? How can we make sure that nothing is allowed to do that?
4. Dwell more on 1 Corinthians 13. What concrete steps can your church take to manifest the love that Paul talks about here?

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