Sunday School – 5/3/20

Luke 1:5-25, Luke 1:57-64

Bellow are the questions to go over as a family after reading the passage and watching Dave’s video:

  • What words or lines jump out to you in the text? Why?
  • How would you have felt if you were Elizabeth, or other family members of Zechariah, in this situation? What do you think it would have been like to be mute and deaf for at least 9-months?
  • What are the benefits of silence?
  • How does silence force us to confront our inner lives?
  • How do you know if the thoughts and feelings that dominate your inner life are true or not?
  • What benefit does confronting our inner lives have on our well-being and relationships?
  • How does silence help us to receive – both from others and from God?
  • How reactionary would you say you are in your relationships? With your faith?
  • How does silence help us not to react and what benefit would that have in our lives?
  • What would it look like to listen more to others and the voice of God?
  • What would it be like to build in times of intentional silence each day over the next week? What would it take for you to try that experiment this week?

Sunday School – 4/26/20

April 26th Sunday School Discussion Questions

·        What words or lines jump out to you in the text? Why?

·        What is the problem that Jesus has with the “hypocrites”?

·        How would you describe the motivations of the “hypocrites”?

·        Do you find yourself easily influenced by other people? Why or why not?

·        Why does Jesus encourage giving and prayer be done in secret?

·        Does this mean it is wrong to tell others about your acts of generosity or to pray in public? Why or why not?

·        What would it be like to find a place of solitude in prayer every day for a more extended amount of time this week? Can you commit to that?

Sunday School – 4/19/20

April 19- Sunday School Discussion Questions

·        What words or lines jump out to you in the text? Why?

·        What does the psalmist say that God will do for those who love God or make God their refuge?

·        How do we understand these promises when at the same time there are plenty of people who love God who have bad things happen in their lives?

·        How does verse 15 help us understand God’s promises in these verses?

·        Look up Psalm 92:7. How does that verse help inform how we understand God’s protections for those who love God and find refuge in God?

·        Do you have a sense of refuge in your life? Why or why not?

·        Will things other than God provide us refuge in life? Why or why not?

·        If God is a mother bird and a fortress, then what does that tell us about who we are in Christ?

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