28 October, 2021

Sept. 19 | Discovery

by | 13 September, 2021 | 0 comments

Study Questions for Groups

By Michael C. Mack

1. How did you do in keeping your thoughts focused on Jesus over the past week?

2. Did you have a chance to strengthen another part of the “household” of believers last week? How did that go?

Ask two people to read aloud Hebrews 10:1-18 one after the other, preferably from different Bible versions. Then ask a third person to summarize the passage in one minute or less.

3. What part of this passage gives you the most hope?

4. Let’s dig deeper:

• What can the law do and what can’t it do?

• What words and phrases are used to describe the sacrifices performed under the Old Covenant law? (You might want to make a list on a large sheet of paper or board.)

• What words and phrases are used to describe Jesus’ sacrifice? (Add these alongside the previous list.)

• As you compare these two lists of words and phrases, what understanding of God’s grace do you gain?

• What do the words from Jeremiah 31 (verses 16-17 in our text) add to your comprehension of God’s plan for his people?

5. What do you learn about God from this passage?  

6. What do you learn about yourself?

7. What do you learn from Jesus about obeying God in this passage?

8. What sacrifice(s) can you make for others this week?

9. Based on our study and discussion, complete this sentence: “This week, I will . . .”

10. What help or encouragement could you use in striving to be a more self-sacrificial person this week?

For Next Week: Read and reflect on Hebrews 12:14-29. You can also read next week’s supplemental texts as well as the Study and Application sections as part of your personal study.

<a href="https://christianstandard.com/author/admin/" target="_self">Christian Standard</a>

Christian Standard

Contact us at cs@christianstandardmedia.com

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Latest News

CCLN Looks to Help Churches with Pastoral Transitions

The Christian Church Leadership Network wants to help churches find a better way to transition from one pastor to the next. The organization has developed a working relationship with Interim Pastor Ministries, which supplies experienced interim pastors to churches who are searching for their next leaders.

News Briefs for Oct. 27

Milligan University held a dedication for the McMahan Student Center last week and launched a fundraising campaign over Homecoming weekend. Also briefs from Point University, Johnson University, Boise Bible College, Southside Christian Church (Fort Myers, Fla.), Norwin Christian Church (North Huntingdon, Pa.), and more.

Throwback Thursday: Reconsecrating a Church

In the 1930s a church in Ohio wrote, “Our present church membership roll will be scrapped on Friday, April 10, and the entire membership will be called upon to reconsecrate themselves to Christ and His church” . . .

Charlie Russell’s Condition Greatly Improved

Thousands of people and scores of churches who have been praying for Charlie Russell during his two-month battle with COVID pneumonia received very encouraging reports in recent days.

Follow Us