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The Secret of Faithful Living (Daniel 1)

 

Community Group Discussion Questions

Making disciples through the mutual ministry of

redemptive relationships

Text: Daniel 1

            Sermon Title: The Secret of Faithful Living

Date: March 1, 2020

  1. Read Jeremiah 29:4-7. What theme(s) do you see when comparing God’s words here with Daniel 1?
  2. What in our secular culture are you willing to “accept” as Daniel did with his? What in our secular culture are you not willing to accept? Explain
  3. What in our culture are you uncertain whether to accept or resist? Explain.
  4. In what little things in your culture (family, work, recreation) are you tempted to compromise your faith in, today?
  5. In what ways are you or can you show your allegiance to another kingdom by “small” or regular “subversive” actions or resistance?
  6. Why is the repeated phrase “God gave” significant to Daniel’s faithfulness in his secular culture? Why is seeing my entire life (every particular) under the slogan “God gave” essential for our faithfulness?
  7. How does Christ’s death (in my place) and resurrection help me respond to failures of compromise in our culture? How does it fuel me to faithfulness in our culture?
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Hungry for the Harvest (John 4:27-42)

 

Community Group Discussion Questions

Making disciples through the mutual ministry of

redemptive relationships

Text: John 4:27-42

                                                  .           Sermon Title: Hungry for the Harvest

Date: February 16, 2020

  1. Read Ephesians 3:14-20. Why do you think Paul prayed this prayer for the Church? In other words, what need(s) of the church was he praying for God to meet? Why do we need this same prayer?
  2. When in your life have you felt the most wonder or awe over Gods saving grace for you? How would you compare that to the wonder you have recently been experiencing? 
  3. What may be contributing to any decrease in affections or awe?
  4. How well do you embrace your identity as “sent one”? Is it as fundamental to your identity as “forgiven one” or “chosen one” or “adopted one”? Why or why not?
  5. How does your embrace of this identity impact the way you view the various spheres you currently live in?
  6. What sort of clear opportunities has God opened up for you to walk toward as His “sent one”?Where in your life (or with what people) are you less ready to live out this identity? 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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