Conspiracy of Kindness Notes & Discussion Questions

Here’s a brief recap of some of the things I shared today in my message “Conspiracy of Kindness” at Smithtown Gospel Tabernacle. (The students came out and showed the simple things that we can do to demonstrate God’s kindness in our everyday lives. Their shirts spelled “Kindness of God”. When I got out of the way you could see it.)

“Be kind to one another” (Ephesians 2:4).

Kindness = Usefulness

Revelation 3:14-19 – The Point: God was disgusted because – in their self-sufficiency & pride – the church was not being a source of healing and refreshment; they were not fulfilling their purpose. (The Useless Church)

How we can be useful:

  1. Speak Kind (useful) Words.
  2. Practice Random Acts of Kindness (Simple things that meet needs and bless others.)

“God’s kindness leads you toward repentance” (Romans 4:2).

Repent = To turn around, re-think, think again, reconsider.

The BIG IDEA: My small acts of kindness demonstrate the love of God to people and cause them to consider and/or reconsider the message of Jesus.

Here are the questions for reflection & discussion:

  • How are you actively partnering with God and being useful in His work?
  • If you’ve been passive and indifferent about the things of God, what do you need to repent of today in order to make yourself useful to the Lord?
  • What are the needs around you every day?
  • What are three things you can do this week to demonstrate the kindness of God to people in your sphere of influence?

2 thoughts on “Conspiracy of Kindness Notes & Discussion Questions

  1. PK..Thank you for the spectacular message yesterday!! Thought I'd share the divine appointment I had after leaving church.

    As of yesterday, every Sunday after service I will be working my girlfriends baby boutique right in Smithtown…Little Shop for Baby's, if your ever looking for a great baby gift, stop by.

    Anyway, at the end of the day, this lovely lady came in and as we were chatting she shared with me that she was healed of cancer, that her son was one of the pastor's at Calvary Church, however, she's been to our Christmas and Easter shows and has always wanted to attend our church but has no ride…I've offered her a ride there for 10:15 service, although it would be easier for her to attend the 3rd service due to her circumstances. Please agree with me in prayer that we find a way to and from our church for Grace. I have the word out for anyone living in Holbrook.

    Thanks As Always…Blessings, Jewels

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