Chapter # 5 Paragraph # 2 Study # 2
March 17, 2013
Dayton, Texas
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<247> Thesis: The danger of any false concept is its ability to transform a person's entire outlook. Introduction: Last week we looked into the issues involved in "running well". We noted that such activity has its roots in the summons of God. It moves from there to the "conviction" that comes from God to develop a "persuasion". Out of persuasion comes the skill of "running well". The problem is always that which Paul calls a "hindrance". This is always, initially, another "persuasion" that arises out of the presentation of a false concept as a "truth". This evening we are going to look into Paul's comment/warning in 5:9: "A little leaven leavens the whole lump".