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  • How does God want us to respond to difficult people? (Luke 6:27-38)
  • Why is it important not to give up on something just because it’s hard to do? (Colossians 3:23-24)
  • We know Jesus wants us to help others, but we can’t help everyone. How do you know who you should help? (Luke 10:25-37)
  • On what should our minds dwell? (Philippians 4:8-9)
  • How do our hearts affect our mouths and why does what we say matter? (Matthew 12:33-37)
  • Why is it not okay to judge someone before we know them? (Matthew 7:1-5)
  • When someone wrongs you, how should you respond? (Matthew 18:21-22)


Doing the right thing isn't always easy. If it were easy, the Bible wouldn't tell us "None is righteous, no, not one." (Romans 3:10) We should, however, strive to do what is right. James 1 tells us to not just be hearers of the Word, but doers, also. In 1 Corinthians 11, Paul tells us to imitate him as he imitates Christ. Paul also tells us in 1 Peter 3 that if we suffer because of righteousness, we will be blessed and it is better to suffer for doing good than for doing evil. Jesus clearly didn't just want us to hear him; he wanted us to act on what we have heard. Spend a couple of minutes each week as a family asking everyone to share when they did good or saw someone doing good. Ask everyone to share when they did bad/evil or saw someone doing bad/evil. Make sure and join in the discussion. Reward the answers of doing good with words of affirmation. Encourage the answers of doing bad/evil and thank them for recognizing their mistake. Pray for forgiveness and strength to do what is right.