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Your Will Be Done (Matthew 6:9-10)



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                                                       Text: Matthew 6:9-10

                                                Sermon Title: Your Will be Done

                                                     Date: September 20, 2020

  1. Read John 4:34. The verse reveals Jesus’ heart attitude toward obedience. In what ways was God’s will like food to Him?
  2. Prayer is “about making God’s concerns our concerns, his agenda our agenda...It’s about getting us on God’s side rather than getting God to our side” What about this is helpful? What about this is challenging?
  3. What are you most prone to: “trying to make God do my will (a.k.a., (magic),” or “faith-less-ness, disguised as a resignation to ‘your will be done’ (prayer-less-ness)? How does this impact your prayers?
  4. What biblical command or teaching (His reveled will) do you want God’s help to understand and obey?
  5. In what area of your life do you need God’s help to trust His secret will?
  6. “Our security and our rest today is not that we will obey his revealed will and trust him with his secret will. No, our security today is that though we have repeatedly placed our will above his, Jesus faithfully submitted himself to his Father’s will and paid the ultimate price so that we might be forgiven and be joined to his people. What hope or encouragement does this “news” give you, today?

  • These questions were adapted from Phillip Ryken’s book, “When you Pray: Making the Lord’s Prayer Your Own.”

 

 

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Your Kingdom Come (Matthew 6:10)


                                       Community Group Discussion Questions

                                 Making disciples through the mutual ministry of

                                                 redemptive relationships.


                                                       Text: Matthew 6:10

                                          Sermon Title: Your Kingdom Come

                                                     Date: September 13, 2020

  1. Jesus came into the world to establish God’s kingdom. Read Matthew 18:3-4, 19:14, John 18:36, and Romans 14:17. From these passages, what can you tell about the nature of God’s Kingdom?
  2. Read Matthew 10:34-39. What is the purpose of God’s Kingdom?
  3. How is the purpose of God’s kingdom misunderstood by some Christians today, and what effects does their misunderstanding have?
  4. What are some practical ways you can show that Christ is your king?
  5. What evidence is there of God’s increasing rule over all aspects of your life? In what area(s) are you reluctant to give Him control?
  6. What specific ways can you fill in the blank with your own life: “Lord, may your rule increase more and more in                                                 .” 

  • These questions were adapted from Phillip Ryken’s book, “When you Pray: Making the Lord’s Prayer Your Own.” a

 

 

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