These are unusual and difficult times. Does that mean Jesus is about to return? Our view of eternity brings comfort to our life of uncertainty.
DISCUSSION QUESTIONS FOR SHEPHERD GROUPS
- What was one thing about this message that you found particularly compelling, encouraging, challenging, or beneficial?
- How does Scripture give us a “3-point fix” in order to find our bearings and navigate life?
- Read and discuss Romans 1:28-32. What does this tell us about the nature of man? What do these verses tell us about the character of God?
- Discuss the following statement: Man does not invent new sins, but invents new ways to sin. How have you observed or experienced this?
- Discuss the following statement: Sin once traveled from one person to another but now travels at the speed of light to the masses. How does today’s technology allow sin to “go viral”? How should we exercise wisdom and caution so as not to get caught up in this?
- Discuss the following statement: The accumulation of sin and evil has a saturation point. What are the implications of this? How should this principle affect the daily lives of Christ-followers?
- Read and discuss Genesis 11:1-9. How does the account of the Tower of Babel parallel events and happenings of these present times?
- How does the gospel compel and empower us to live in righteousness even in these present evil days? What does this look like for you specifically?
- Discuss this statement: Our view of eternity comforts our life of uncertainty. How have you experienced this comfort? Where to you struggle to find this comfort?
- Spend some time in prayer for the things you’ve discussed. Give thanks to the Lord that the power of the gospel has broken the power of sin (Romans 6:10).