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The Family Practice (James 1:19-27)


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                                 Making disciples through the mutual ministry of

                                                 redemptive relationships.



                                                       Text: James 1:19-27

                                         Sermon Title: The Family Practice
                                                     Date: November 15, 2020

  1. Read Psalm 103:1-14. Name the actions that reveal the merciful heart of God in this passage. Which of these actions are we, as His family, to reflect Him?
  2. Let’s reflect. How do we compare as a local church to what we’re supposed to be as the family of God according to His Word? How does this reflect your own strengths and weaknesses?
  3. Let’s refine. How can we grow? How can we help one another do so?
  4. Let’s restore. Where do you see brokenness around you? How would God you’re your strengths for restorative purposes? What choices can you make to help overcome your weaknesses? 
  5. As you prepare for Thanksgiving, what about the sermon and/or our discussion applies? What ways can we pray for God’s grace to meet and help you in this holiday season?

 

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Praying Politically (1 Timothy 2:1-18)



                                       Community Group Discussion Questions

                                 Making disciples through the mutual ministry of

                                                 redemptive relationships.



                                                       Text: 1 Timothy 2:1-8

                                         Sermon Title: Praying Politically 
                                                     Date: November 1, 2020

  1. Read Philippians 3:30-21 What does it mean to say our citizenship is in heaven? How does that relate to our present earthly citizenships? *
  2. How should the promises of these verses impact our political engagement now? How might our engagement be both similar to that of non-Christians and different? *
  3. What does a “peaceful and quiet life” look like? Are you living it? How? What does the opposite of a peaceful and quiet life look like? *
  4. What’s difficult about praying for our leaders?
  5. Why is it important to distinguish who we are called to pray for and who we are called to pray to? How does getting this right in your praying change your own heart?
  6. In your voting experience, how important has the gospel mission of the church weighed into your vote. Explain.

*These questions are from Jonathan Leeman’s “Politics and the Bible Small Group Guide.”

 

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