Main Point: God is always willing to forgive us when we sin, but that doesn’t always free us from the consequences of our sin.
Takeaway: There are consequences to our sins, but the eternal consequence has been
1. What makes sin look so appealing on the surface?
2. Why does God frequently impose “Godly Consequences” for our sin?
3. What are some “Natural Consequences” of sin that can occur even after God has forgiven us?
4. Has sin ever cost you more than you wanted to pay? What did that look like?
Table Discussion Question — Do you think that God should have allowed Moses to cross into the Promised Land? How does God not letting him enter shape your understanding of him?