Bible Study Questions

EVERY SUNDAY MORNING AT 9:30 WE HAVE A BIBLE STUDY THAT IS BASED ON THE TEXT AND SERMON FROM THE WEEK BEFORE.  WE WILL LIST THE TEXT, TITLE, AND STUDY QUESTIONS EACH WEEK ON THIS PAGE.  

QUESTIONS FOR THE SERMON FOR SUNDAY, 01/15/17

TO BE TAUGHT IN THE STUDY ON 01/22/17

1. Why do you think the subject of divorce is an uncomfortable one in our culture?

 

2. Are you beginning to see that whenever Jesus says, “You have heard it said, but I say…” that He is going to take this someplace deeper than his listeners had understood?  Does the same thing happen to you when you study these passages?

 

3. What do you think about the James MacDonald quote, “If you are wrong in the way you are right, you ae wrong, even if you are right.” ?

 

4. Think of your own life.  In what ways have you “kept the rules” -  but not truly lived out the Kingdom?   Why do you think we do this?

 

5. How does reconciliation in a marriage show the world grace, mercy and salvation?

 

6. What do you think of the story of Jane Guiness?

 

7. Can you imagine the potential your decisions for the Kingdom today has on future generations?  Why do you think we fail to consider this when making decisions?

 

8. Have you seen the church treat divorce as the unforgiveable sin?  How can we correct this, and yet still uphold the truth of what Jesus says about divorce?

 

 

 

 

 

QUESTIONS FOR THE SERMON FOR SUNDAY, 01/22/17

TO BE TAUGHT IN THE STUDY ON 01/29/17

1. Kingdom living impacts everything.  What areas do you have  problems living like a citizen of the Kingdom?    

 

2. Luke 10:27 “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your strength, and with all your mind; and your neighbor as yourself.” 

Do you see how this command would not only fulfill the law, but raises the bar as to what is expected by Kingdom people?

 

3. Why were oaths a good thing?

 

4. How did the people turn a good thing into a bad thing?

 

5. How does the statement of Jesus remove any possible loopholes we may have when it comes to telling the truth?

 

6. How is being a person of our word showing that we making an oath to the saving grace of God?

 

7. When do you have the hardest time telling the truth, and why?

 

8. Why do you feel the church has a problem with being honest with one another?

 

9.  What does it mean when John MacArthur says, kingdom, and the people of His “God is a holy God.  His kingdom is a holy kingdom, and the people of His kingdom are to be a holy people.”