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June 10, 2019, 10:10 AM

Questions - God Is Sovereign


These questions relate to the message on 9 June 2019, God Is Sovereign.  This message is an introduction to a series on the Book of Daniel, based on Daniel 1:1-7.

1.  Without looking at scripture, how many stories can you name from Daniel?  Who are his three Hebrew friends?

2.  Which is your favorite Daniel story and why?

3.  What major, 70 year event in the history of Israel did Daniel experience?

4.  What brought about this event?  Or, in other words, why did it happen?

5.  Who was Nebuchadnezzar and what does his name mean?

6.  What items did Nebuchadnezzar's army carry away from Jerusalem in 605 B.C.?  What is the significance of these items?

7.  According to Daniel, who put Nebuchadnezzar in power?

8.  What is primary theme of the Book of Daniel?

9.  What do you expect to learn from the Book of Daniel, and how will it apply to life now?

 




May 31, 2019, 10:40 AM

The Greatest Story Ever Told


These questions relate to the sermon on 26 May 2019, The Greatest Story Ever Told. The sermon can be heard from this website under the sermon tab.

1. Have you ever shared your testimony or the Gospel with someone? Explain

2. Why are we supposed to share the story of Jesus with others?

3. Do you feel like you have a story to share with other? Why or why not?

4.  Read Matthew 28:16-20

5. Since we are all called to share the good news of Jesus, how do you feel called to share?

6. Read Acts 8:26-40

7.  How does sharing the gospel in this passage connect with obedience?

8. Do you feel like you have been obedient in sharing the Gospel? Why or why not?

9. Close by spending some time in prayer, asking God to give you courage to share the gospel and to give you a deeper love for the lost.




May 25, 2019, 8:01 AM

There's A Story To Be Told


These questions relate to Kirt Harles' message on May 19, 2019.  His motivating talk was based on his family's experience with an exchange student and God's moving in that relationship.  Hear Kirt's talk on this website under the sermons tab.

1.  What is your story, or a story with God?

2.  Do you believe the stories of the Bible such as Jonah and the whale are factual?

3.  How can you blend exciting Bible stories with your own story, or use parts of stories in conversation?

4.  Kirt spoke about the Holy Spirit speaking to people in dreams.  Please tell about any such dream you have had.

5.  Kirt mentioned prayer, obedience, and faith as important components of his story.  These three elements enable us to hear from God.  If we want to hear his voice, we need to know his language.  (No question here, but I want you to believe this!) MM

6.  Read and discuss Psalm 37:4.

7.  Read and discuss 1 Corinthians 3:6-8.

8.  How will you tell your story to other people?

 




May 13, 2019, 10:51 AM

Questions - A Working Woman


These questions relate to the sermon on 12 May 2019, Mother's Day.  The title of the sermon is A Working Woman, from Proverbs 31.

1.  What is the best or most fun thing you ever did for your mother on Mother's Day?

2.  Who was the King Lemuel mentioned in Proverbs 31:1?

3.  From the mother's warning in verses 2-9, with which parts do you agree or not, and why?

4.  Read through verses 10-31 again.  Which characteristics do you think are most important for a young lady to learn?

5.  How are these character traits best taught?

6.  Which parts are equally applicable for young men to learn?

7.  How did your parents help you develop these characteristics, or how do you wish they had?

8.  How can we organize church ministry to help people learn Proverbs 31 kind of character?

 




May 8, 2019, 2:37 PM

Questions - Value of Work


These questions relate to the sermon on 5 May 2019, The Value Of Work.  There are many scriptural references.  The sermon can be heard from this website under the sermon tab.

1.  What kind of work do you like to do?  How do you know if your work has been successful?

2.  What evidence is there in scripture to support the premise that God is a working God?

3.  Did Jesus work?  Give support for your answer.

4.  From Genesis 1:26-28; 2:15, and Ephesians 2:10, what can you determine about the design of people?

5.  Did Adam and Eve work in the Garden of Eden before sin occured?

6.  How do people today learn to work?

7.  Read 2 Timothy 3:16-17.  How does scripture equip people to do the work of God?

8.  Read Colossians 3:17, 23-24.  You may want to read all of Colossians 3.  What is there to inform our work ethic?

9.  In the sermon is was recommended to use a concordance, bible dictionary, or an electronic source such at You Version, search for the word "work," and read some of the references.  The group could use this for a discussion as well.

 


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