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15 The Sanctified Life, or New Obedience
(Note: Although these questions arise from
specific sections of the chapter, please allow
the whole chapter to possibly supplement your
the term, "Sanctification," may be used
to describe the human response to God's word or
the Holy Spirit's work of forgiving sins through
the Gospel: calling, gathering, enlightening,
and sanctifying (see KOLB, 181 and "TERMS"
Luke 7:36-50. Reflect on the connection between
Faith, Forgiveness, and Love.
discussing the third use of the Law ("Guide"
or "Rule"), we noted how by faith the
Spirit works through forgiveness to change our
attitude to the Law. Discuss the four ways KOLB
describes this "faith motivation."
also mentions the role of prayer. List the three
false motivations for prayer.
"created human creatures to exercise the
dominion of service under other parts of his creation
and to praise and serve him through their care
of others." KOLB's discussion of this design
can be divided into Vocations, Virtues, and Spiritual
the four situations into which Christian vocations
can be separated.
does Luther call us "masks of God"?
is the relationship between differing cultures
and disagreements in specific instances? Of what,
then, do believers need to be conscious? What
are the implications of this ambiguity for the
"whole Christian life?"
does the concept of "virtues" aid the
Christian in life?
" (KOLB relates spiritual gifts to 3 articles
also notes two other kinds of "spiritual
gift." List them.
on how "making God-pleasing decisions"
is different from simple obedience.
divdes the notion of the "crucified life"
into three areas. Discuss each.
the relationship between Christian freedom, false
"leagalism," and causing offence.
"four situations of human service"