Sermon Discussion Questions: January 3, 2016
Sunday, January 3, 2016: AM
2 Peter 3:14-18
What is the “growth imperative” in the Bible?
What is the fruit of abiding in Christ?
Why is Christian hope a “living hope”?
Why does Peter tell Christians to be found without “spot or blemish”?
How can Peter tell Christians to pursue holiness without compromising the grace of the Gospel?
What are some practical ways you can encourage Christian growth in your life this year?
Sunday, January 3, 2016: PM
1 Samuel 13:1-23
What should the difficulties and trials of life cause God’s people to do?
Why can Christians :boast in” and be content with their weaknesses, trials, and calamities?
What does Saul’s example teach us about making excuses for sin and disobedience? Why is there never a valid excuse for sin?
Why did God insist on a king who would obey him from the heart? How does that truth point us to the Gospel?
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