False Teachers

Mission – April 22, Jude 5-13

  1. In these three verses, Jude highlights three scenarios from biblical history to support what he says in verse 4 … “who long ago were designated for this condemnation.”
    Consider each scenario:

    • Read verse 5. How did God deal with unbelieving Israel in the wilderness? (See Numbers 14:26-35; Deuteronomy 1:26-36)
    • Read verse 6. How did God deal with rebellious angels? (See Genesis 6:1-4; 2 Peter 2:4)
    • Read verse 7. How did God deal with Sodom and Gomorrah? (See Genesis 19:1-29)

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Mission – April 15, Jude 3-4

  1. Jude was eager to write to his audience about their common salvation. What is this “common salvation” he’s referring to?
  2. There’s an appeal in verse 3 for Christians to “contend for the faith that was once delivered to the saint”. What does Jude mean by “contend”?
  3. These chosen, loved and kept christians (Jude 1), are to contend “for the faith”? Define “the faith” Jude refers to in this verse.

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Jude 1-2

Mission – April 8, Jude 1-2

  1. Why would Jude choose to introduce himself as a bond-servant of Jesus Christ?
  2. What would it take for you to submit to a sibling as their bond-servant?
  3. What does it mean for you to be a bond-servant of Jesus Christ?

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Evidence for Resurrection

Mission – April 1, 1 Corinthians 15:1-11

Look at Abe

Mission – March 25, Romans 4

  1. Even though God’s promise was impossible, since he and Sarai were both old and childless, Abraham believed God. Abraham was declared righteous because of his faith (Genesis 15:6). What does it mean to trust God when circumstances are out of your control?
  2. The Gospel in its very nature is scandalous. Why do you think it offends people? What does it reveal about us? What does it reveal about God?
  3. As Christians, we have a tendency of becoming too familiar with God’s grace. When we do this, we risk falling into an ‘us’ and ‘them’ mentality where we forget that saving faith is for all who believe. Who are the people who you inadvertently alienate from the promises of God? What practical things can you do to avoid falling into this trap?

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Genesis 22

Mission – March 18, Genesis 22

  1. What are some of the parallels between Isaac and Jesus?
  2. How is the promise to Abraham fulfilled through Jesus?
  3. How is that Promise extended to us?

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Mission – March 11, Genesis 20:1-21:7

  1. Read Genesis 12:10-20 and then read Genesis 20:1-18. What is similar in these passages? What is different?
  2. Why do you think Abraham used the same tactic in Genesis 20 (calling his wife his sister) with Abimelech that he used with Pharaoh in Genesis 12? What was motivating him? Why didn’t he learn the lesson the first time around?
  3. What are some perpetual sins that Christians tend to struggle with? What advice would you give to those struggling with those sins regarding how to avoid them? Why do we struggle so much with committing the same sins over and over again?

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God Is Able

Mission – March 4, Genesis 18: 1-15

  1. Describe a situation when you trusted someone and it turned out to be a bad idea.
  2. What makes you trust someone and not trust another?
  3. In the story in Genesis 18:1-15, when do you think Abraham realizes that God himself is one of the people who has showed up at his tent?

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Remember Sodom

Mission – Feb 25,  Genesis 19

  1. In Genesis 18:25, Abraham asks God, “Shall not the Judge of all the earth do what is just?” How was God just in destroying Sodom?
  2. In Genesis 13:12, Lot is enticed by the city of Sodom and moves his tents as far as the wicked city. Before long, he conforms and becomes a local and we see him conducting business at the city gates (19:1). Sin has a way of luring us in and blinding us to its power. What is an example from your context where sin lures in and destroys lives?
  3. Why must God judge sin?

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Human Pragmatism vs Divine Purposes

Mission – Feb 18,  Genesis 16

  1. Carefully read Genesis Gen 3:1-12 and Genesis 16:1-6.
    • Highlight similarities between these 2 accounts.
    • In what ways is Sarai like Eve? In what ways is Abram like Adam?
    • Rather than acquiesce to his wife’s suggestion, how should Abram have responded to Sarai’s plan?

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