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TOPIC: Lesson 7: Identity (1): Tested (November 14, 2015)

Lesson 7: Identity (1): Tested (November 14, 2015) 1 year 11 months ago #52599

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Your best friends call you frantically on the phone asking you to lie to protect them. They stayed out late one night and claimed to be with you, when this was not the case at all. Punishment is undoubtedly going to take place when the parents call to confirm the story, unless you go along. What will you do? What are some of the real problems in this scenario? What would you say to your friend? They know they made a mistake and are sorry for it; they are pleading with you to cover for them. What would a good friend do? What are some of the options you have?
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Lesson 7: Identity (1): Tested (November 14, 2015) 1 year 11 months ago #52603

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Well, what if the thing the friend did wasn't bad? If it was bad I would stay out of it. But if it was something like the friend being Christian and the parents weren't sort of thing, I would help cover for my friend. (Far fetched, I know, but it could happen.)
... Even if it gets me convicted
I’ll still be on my knees with my hands lifted ...
... If saying I believe is out of line
If I’m judged cause I’m gonna give my life
To show the world the love that fills me
Then I want to be Guilty ...
- Guilty by Newsboys
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