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March 26th Sermon Discussion Questions

Thriving in the Local Church

Text: 1 Corinthians 12:12-13:13

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  1. Can we look at our relationship with God as separate from our relationship with the church? Why or why not?
  2. There are two specific kinds of people threatening the unity of the body that Paul calls out in 1 Corinthians 12:14-26. How were they identified in Sunday’s message?
  3. The end of selfishness is loneliness. Do you find yourself lonely at church? In what ways can you step away from loneliness and toward community?
  4. The unmistakeable mark of Christian maturity is love as we saw in chapter 13. How does this love differ from what our culture defines as love?
  5. Does your life and presence at church match up with chapter 13? What steps do we need to take to walk this way?

March 19th Sermon Discussion Questions

The Inviolable Security of Our Salvation

Text: Hebrews 6:13-20

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  1. What is the big message in this text today? (See verse 18.)
  2. How is the promise that God made to Abraham a stimulus for our own faith? (Verse 13-15)
  3. Talk about the statement in verse 19: “This hope we have as an anchor of the soul,” particularly the phrase “an anchor of the soul.”
  4. Explain what the author is talking about in verses 19b-20.

March 12th Sermon Discussion Questions

Breaking Out of a Spiritual Slump

Text: Hebrews 6:7-12

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  1. Verses 6:7-8 by an agrarian analogy describe two kinds of spiritual ground always found among professing Christians in any generation and their opposite responses to the tillage and watering of God’s Word. Go to Galatians 5:19-23 where the Apostle Paul describes the fruits of the esh vis a vis the fruits of the Spirit.
  2. Why is the author of Hebrews persuaded, despite his sharp warning to these 1st century Hebrew believers against apostasy, that they will stand the test? (see verse 10 and 10:32-34) Does that tell us that the best test of the roots is the fruits?
  3. If the author is, in the final analysis, convinced that those whom he is addressing are the real deal, despite some current wobbliness in their faith, why such a strong warning in verses 4-6? How did Pastor Jim explain the role of the Word of God in ‘keeping’ His own tethered to their faith?

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    The Finality of Jesus Christ

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