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Romans 14:1-12 Bible Study: Respecting Our Differences help us to understand how to think of and respect those that differ than us on unclear areas (interpreting and applying Bible passages in different ways).
1. What kind of people are we told to accept (Romans 14:1)?
2. What condition is put upon the way we accept them (Romans 14:1b)?
3. Describe the two kinds of people and their faith as mentioned in Romans 14:2.
4. What does Paul ask both groups to do in Romans 14:3?
5. What is the main point of his question in Romans 14:4?
6. Paul goes from speaking about foods to what topic in Romans 14:5?
7. Describe the two views Christians have toward treating certain days as holy days (Romans 14:5).
8. What is the most important principle both groups need to remember (Romans 14:5c)?
9. What makes a person’s views “holy” and acceptable to the Lord (Romans 14:6)?
10. The NASB translation of Romans 14:7 is more accurate: “For not one of us lives for himself, and not one dies for himself.” If we don’t live or die for ourselves, for whom do we live (Romans 14:8)?
11. What was the overall purpose of Christ’s death and resurrection (Romans 14:9)?
12. Paul asks two questions in Romans 14:10. Write them in your own words.
13. Why are we not to judge our brothers and sisters (Romans 14:10c)?
14. Are Christians exempt from the need to give an account of ourselves? Why (Romans 14:11-12)?
15. List at least two changes you desire to take place in your life because of these verses:
Bonus questions on Romans 14:1-12
Why is the one which limits what he eats weak in faith rather than the other person?
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