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Psalms Series Questions: Psalm 3

1. We saw from Psalm 3 that those who experience pain and sorrow, must not overstate or understate their pain. You cannot give into your emotions and you cannot pretend they are not there. God made emotions as a way to see our life experiences, to color in the picture with shades. When you think on your previous emotions in life (joy, sorrow, sadness, depression), how have...

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Ecclesiastes Series: It Is Finished Sermon Questions

Life Group Questions The author of Ecclesiastes tells us that the only true way to live is to "fear God, and obey his commands". As you hear those two phrases, what thoughts come to mind as to what "fearing God" and "obeying his commands" means? Sunday's definition of "fearing God" was described as not scared of God, but rather knowing that he is above anything and e...

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Ecclesiastes Series: Death & Justice Sermon Questions

1. Death is a terrifying thought. What is your greatest fear concerning your own death?3. When death has lost its sting and pain, only then can we truly be without fear and start to work towards life. Ecclesiastes tells us that everyone deals with death; it doesn't discriminate. What makes the difference for you knowing that the death is now without pain because Christ die...

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Ecclesiastes Series: Work Is Good Sermon Questions

LG Questions September 23 In which ways do you try to make work something it should never be? Do you hope it rewards you, or supplies meaning for you, or brings identity to you? What makes you desire work to be those things? Why do you try to make work become a type of savior for you? What would it look like if you rested and then worked, instead of working towards rest....

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Ecclesiastes Series: Pleasure Is Good Sermon Questions

From Sunday Sermon Ecclesiastes 2:1-11, 3:10-14 If it is true that our heart's affections determine the pleasure we find, what longing do you find yourself most often going towards outside of Christ? Do you try to find peace by escaping hard situations? Do you find excitement a desire and therefore make trouble to keep things interesting? Do you love making a name for you...

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Ecclesiastes Series: Finding Meaning Sermon Questions

Ecclesiastes 1:1-18 Questions What is meaningless:Ecclesiastes chapter 1 showed us that if there is no God, everything that we do is utterly meaningless. If you are to be courageous and evaluate your life, in what ways have you attempted to wrestle meaning away from the Gospel and to yourself? As an example, your job is a way to feel validated and feel good about you...

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Ephesians 5:1-17 Questions

1. Read Ephesians 5:1-17 2. Read Ephesians 1:5 and Ephesians 5:1. Explain the relationship between these two verses. 3. How would you explain to a youth Sunday School class that immorality, greed, and corrupt speech each amount to idolatry? 4.What virtues and practices from this passage should we pursue as people of light? 5. What does it mean to expose the works of da...

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Ephesians 4:17-32

Pray What is one thing you are thankful for? What is one thing you are struggling with? ReadEphesians 4:17-32aloud 2 or 3 times. Have2-3 people retell the Scripture in their own words (others can fill in any missing info). What does this Scripture tell you about God? How does this Scripture apply to your life? How can you apply this Scripture to help someone else...

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Ephesians 4:1-16 Questions

Scripture: Ephesians 4:1-16 Key discussion questions: Talk about one instance of conflict you dealt with this week. Handling conflict maturely is important for the unity of the body. What is one thing you have found helpful to avoid responding in anger and instead responding thoughtfully? Are you someone who tends to give "all love" or "all truth when dealing wit...

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Ephesians 3:14-21 Questions

Ice Breaker: What examples of the love of power or the power of love have you seen or experienced? Pray Read Ephesians 3:14-21 What is Paul's frame of mind as he prays this prayer? Paul's first request is that God would strengthen an empower them in their inner beings. What resources does God have to do this? What does it mean to be strengthened "in your inner be...

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