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May 19, 2024

Ephesians 6:5-9 Christians should be the best employees and employers because we ultimately are serving Jesus Christ through our work. Pastror Zac gave 5 answers for how we can strive to be the best; Proper obedience, sincerity of heart, diligent work ethic, right motivations, and to be caring. Which of these things do you excel at and which things do you struggle with?...

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May 12, 2024

Romans 5:1-11 1.) Jesus chose to die for the ungodly at a time when we were still weak and sinful. How does this knowledge shape your understanding of God's love and grace? 2.) Can you share a personal story or reflection on what it felt like to recognize your own "weakness" or "ungodliness" before coming to Christ? 3.) In what areas of your life do you still feel '...

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May 5, 2024

Ephesians 6:1-4 1.) As a father, what strategies have you found effective in nurturing your child without provoking anger or resentment? 2.) Can you share an experience where you had to ask your child for forgiveness? What did you learn from that experience about humility and reconciliation? 3.) How do you prioritize spiritual teaching over simply enforcing obedie...

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April 28, 2024

Ephesians 6:1-3 1. Why should children living under the roof of their parents obey their parents? 2. What's the differencebetween obeying because of fear of authority or punishment and the motivation of wanting to please the Lord? 3. How does delighting in Christ rightly catalyze obedience in the home? 4. How does growth in your love for Jesus Christ affect your ...

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April 21, 2024

Ephesians 5:28-33 Jesus Christ mediates and pleads on our behalf every day of our lives. Husbands, are you loving your wife by praying for her daily? Do you pray FOR her, and also WITH her? If not, how can you be growing in this? Wives, how can you encourage your husband in this? Do you use your marriage as a tool for evangelism? If not, how can your marriage be us...

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April 14, 2024

Ephesians 5:25-27 1. Pastor Nate's first proclamation from this passage was that a husband's love for his wife should be unconditional. This love should flow out of the love Christ has for the church. Christ is our shepherd who protects and loves his sheep (John 10:11-18). For husbands, what areas have you failed to love your wives well and protect them? (This protection ...

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April 7, 2024

Ephesians 5:22-24 1.) What is the biblical definition of submission? What are ways that the world tries to twist and vilify the biblical view of submission? 2.) How does Jesus set an example of Biblical submission? 3.) If you want to grow in submission to your husband you must grow in your love for Christ. How can we all be growing in love for Christ? 4.) Our culture m...

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March 31, 2024

Matthew 28:1 10 1. Read Matthew 28:1 10. What stands out to you from those verses of Scripture? 2. Why, according to the Scriptures, does the physical resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead on the 3rd day after His death on the cross matter? 3. How can we be sure that Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to the tomb of Christ on the 1st Resurrection Sunday compl...

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March 24, 2024

Matthew 26:36-46 1. We started with 3 observations in light of this passage, so let's walk through each observation: -The first observation was that Jesus' death on the cross was not according to the plan of Satan, but according to the good perfect plan of Godwhich Satan wanted to thwart. While looking at Acts 2:22-24, talk about why it is important for us to remember t...

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March 17, 2024

EPHESIANS 5:18-21 1. Overall, what stood out to you from Sunday's passage? Was there anything that you were particularly reminded of, encouraged by, or spurred towards in light of the passage? 2. At the start of verse 18, we see a command stating that we are not to get drunk with wine, for that is debauchery. On Sunday, we heard, "That to be drunk with wine never leads t...

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