TOGETHER GROUP QUESTIONS Read Ephesians 1:5-10. What is God’s Word saying to you in this passage? What is God’s heart for His people? Predestination can be a divisive topic in the church. However, it’s clearly in the Bible. What does God’s Word say about it? What would you say our Heavenly Father would want us to know and understand from His heart, and not our opinions? What are some practical benefits of being adopted. How does this affect your relationship to the Lord? God has given us redemption through the forgiveness of sins. What does that mean for your life? How can we balance proper remorse and repentance for our sins… with walking out total freedom in Christ? (Read 1 John 1:9) If God forgives all of our sins from the moment we’re saved, why do we need to confess our sins? Why is understanding God’s eternal plan foundational to living a life fully submitted to Him? What is one big, practical way you can submit your life to Christ this week?
All In #3 Ephesians 1:5-10
September 29, 2019 • Jason Carson
All In #19 Ephesians 4:1
February 23, 2020 • Jason Carson
All In #18 Ephesians 3:20-21
February 17, 2020 • Jill Prim
TOGETHER GROUP QUESTIONS Read Ephesians 3:20-21. What is God’s Word saying to you in this passage? What is God’s heart for His people? What are the measurable circumstances in your life? Are these circumstances stopping you to hear God’s voice and/or taking steps of faith? If so, how? If not, why not? If measurable circumstances were out of the question (i.e. not an issue or hinder in your life) how would you serve God right now? Be honest with your answer. In the book of Genesis, chapter 37-39, Joseph, the most beloved of Jacob's sons, is hated by his envious brothers. He is sold into slavery by his brothers and later imprisoned by Potiphar. Read Genesis 39:19-21. After reading Genesis 39:19-21, what is God’s Word saying to you in this passage? How can you relate to Joseph and his “measurable” circumstance? How does Joseph respond to his measurable circumstance?