Judges 8 - Weakness Part 2 - Followup Questions

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Sunday - 9AM Sunday School 10AM Worship Service Wednesday - 6PM Bible Study, kids, and youth Groups

by: Brandon Powell

10/25/2020

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Each Sunday evening through at least the end of December 2020, will will be  streaming an online Bible study at 6:00PM for you to view in your home. We encourage you to invite your friends and neighbors to your home to begin building a gospel presence in your neighborhood. We will also seek to provide follow-up questions for those Bible studies. 

You can find this week's Bible study here: https://youtu.be/7B6us6RS4-Q

These are the follow up questions for this week's sermon on Weakness:

  • Have you ever felt slighted by the leaders around you? Did you respond "vigorously" (8:1) or with grace?

  • Have you ever had someone speak to you in anger? Did you respond like Gideon in gracious words or did you respond with anger and make it worse?

  • Can you think of a time when pride or a desire for status broke a relationship in the church? How could the fracture have been remedied?

  • Can you think of a time when fear fractured or broke a relationship in the church? How could the fracture have been remedied?

  • Can you think of a time when character flaws fractured or broke relationships in the church? How could this have been avoided?

Each Sunday evening through at least the end of December 2020, will will be  streaming an online Bible study at 6:00PM for you to view in your home. We encourage you to invite your friends and neighbors to your home to begin building a gospel presence in your neighborhood. We will also seek to provide follow-up questions for those Bible studies. 

You can find this week's Bible study here: https://youtu.be/7B6us6RS4-Q

These are the follow up questions for this week's sermon on Weakness:

  • Have you ever felt slighted by the leaders around you? Did you respond "vigorously" (8:1) or with grace?

  • Have you ever had someone speak to you in anger? Did you respond like Gideon in gracious words or did you respond with anger and make it worse?

  • Can you think of a time when pride or a desire for status broke a relationship in the church? How could the fracture have been remedied?

  • Can you think of a time when fear fractured or broke a relationship in the church? How could the fracture have been remedied?

  • Can you think of a time when character flaws fractured or broke relationships in the church? How could this have been avoided?

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