1) How do we balance the command to show mercy with the importance of carrying out justice in society? 2) What about if you're a juror on a capital offense trial? Should you show mercy? Or should you go ahead and send him to the electric chair if you believe he's guilty? And what about if he is repentant? Does that make a difference? 3) Is it ever the church's role to punish someone in order to carry out justice? 4) Is it wrong if I don't want to hang around someone because he's just so socially awkward, it's hard to be around him? 5) Is it favoritism if we favor believers over unbelievers? 6) When Jesus told us to love one another as he loved us, is that a higher standard than love your neighbor as yourself? 7) What is the connection between joy and love? 8) Is it possible to love too much? For example, someone who gives so much to people that he ends up unable to provide for his family. Or he spends so much time serving people that he neglects his family. 9) Is it possible to serve people and show kindness and still not love God? 10) Do you have more responsibility to the people close to you than to others? 11) How do you help a person who thinks he hates himself and that the solution is self-esteem?