He made Himself Poor so We Could be Rich
Paul wrote "that Jesus, though rich, made Himself poor to make us rich". He then applies this understanding of the gospel as he urges the Corinthian church to help their Jewish/Christian brethren. What does this mean for us today?
Sermon Discussion Questions:
Who owns us, our bodies, spirits, time and money?
What is the gospel motivation for giving?
Why should we be so others oriented?
What practical ways can we live this sermon out?