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We talked about how the coming of the Christ means Blessing, Peace and Love. Why do you think it’s important to keep in perspective that we are recipients of this BEFORE messengers of it? Do you think this will allow us to be better messengers of these three things? Can you share a way you
We talked about waiting. I can’t help but hear Tom Petty in my head when I say that. He was right, it’s the hardest part. What do we need to do as we wait? Prepare the Way of the Lord Such an important an overlooked concept. And this always begins, as it does in the
We listed three traits of the antichrist from Daniel 11. They were arrogance, refusal to submit to authority, and trusting in power. Where do you see these played out in our church? What about in yourself? Take a moment and pray, confessing these sins, and ask God to heal you, and us from these
Daniel 9 is in two parts. Daniel’s Prayer of Confession and for deliverance followed by God’s answer of promise and hope. What are the sins of our culture that we can confess? What are the sins of our church that we can confess? How do we confess sin around us humbly, without feeling as though
All the dream like animal and stuff aside – the point is that God rules over all evil. God is in charge. Why is this a comfort? Why do you think some people might struggle with this concept? How does this reality change the way we live our lives?
What does the word “gospel” mean to you? Why does the gospel make a difference in our “sojourn?” Why is it best that God is in charge no matter what? What difference does the gospel make to how we live our daily lives?
Two stories, two men, both confronted for their pride and stubborn hearts. Ultimately in every case it is the Kingdom of God that wins. Discuss. We talked about the kingdom of our hearts. Why is good that Christ conquers this kingdom? Why could it be scary? What are some areas in our culture that God’s
On Sunday morning, we spoke about the question, where is God when tragedy strikes. This is a fair question. It is a question that Psalm 10 not only models for us, but I think much of the Bible honors us asking this. Biblical Christianity doesn’t mean we shut up and take it, if it does
We talked about the story of the fiery furnace and the King of Babylon. The text stresses over and over that it was the king who set up this statue in the desert to bring unity to his empire. Of course the king’s efforts failed, because his comfort was in himself. The three friends took