Check here each week for information to prepare your heart for the upcoming sermon and follow-up questions you can use after the sermon to dig deeper and disciple your family!
Let us worship God!- Psalm 95
1) - (_____ God)
2) - (_____ God)
- Why is God worthy of all our praise and devotion?
- Is God your God? If so, how did that come about? What are the implications of such a truth?
- How should we respond to the warning about not hardening our hearts when we hear His voice? How does Hebrews 3-4 apply this warning?
- Why is the psalmist encouraging corporate worship? How does corporate worship uniquely glorify and encourage us?
Other passages to consider:
Gen 1-2; 17:1-8; Ex 3:13-15; Ps 23; 100; Isa 40; John 10:1-18; Acts 17:22-34; Col 1:15-23; Heb 3:7-4:13.
Unrivaled Devotion - Matthew 10:34-42
1) Jesus _______________ supreme loyalty.
2) Jesus _______________ supreme loyalty.
- Why does following Jesus potentially bring division in family relationships?
- What would taking up a cross mean for Jesus’s original hearers? What is Jesus calling us to do?
- Does Jesus have your ultimate devotion?
Other Passages to Consider:
Micah 7:6; Matt 25:31-40; Mk 10:28-31; Lk 8:19-21; 2 Cor 5:14-15.
Sermon - Singular Devotion - 1 Corinthians 10:14-22
Preparing my heart for the sermon:
- How is Paul’s command to flee from idolatry different that what the Corinthians were currently doing?
- What is God jealous for? Why is this right and good?
- What happens when we take the Lord’s Supper?
Other passages to consider – Ex 20:1-6; Deut 32:15-24; Joshua 24:12-24; Ps 86:8-13; Matt 22:34-40; 1 Cor 8-10; Eph 6:10-20; 2 Cor 4:3-6; 6:14-7:1; James 4:1-10; 1 Jn 2: 15-17
- Am I worshipping Christ alone or have I tried to blend in other beliefs and practices?
- What in my life is hindering my devotion to Christ? What changes do I need to make?
- How should the reality of demonic activity affect how I live?
- The Corinthians learned that eating idol food was serious and dangerous. Am I participating in anything that is evil or unwise?