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Judges 6:33-40 ~ A Study

If you missed the sermon on this passage you can pick it up here

  1. Before reading through the passage discuss what you know about Gideon.
  2. Read the passage.
  3. Who were the Midianites and the Amalekites, and why did they come to the valley of Jezreel?
  4. What is surprising about Gideon’s decision to ‘put out the fleece’?
  5. What is surprising about God’s response?
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2 Chronicles 25 – A Study

Amaziah – not exactly wholehearted….

  1. Read the passage through as a group.
  2. If you had to describe Amaziah’s character in a sentence, what would you say?
  3. How does Amaziah’s reign with it’s gradual drift away from God show of the danger of a halfhearted faith?
  4.  Read Jeremiah 17:9 and discuss.
  5. Talk through the application we can take from this passage.
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A Study on Romans 10:4-13

If you missed the message on this passage please pick it up here

  1. Read Romans 10:4-13.
  2. Why is Paul talking about going up to heaven and down to the dead?
  3. Which parts of the OT was Paul quoting (most bibles will have footnotes which will cross refer you).
  4. Why was he quoting this?
  5. What was Paul’s main point here?
  6. We mentioned a number of area where we might apply this passage to our lives. Which can you recall and do you feel any were missed?
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A Study – Romans 6:1-14

If you missed the sermon on this Passage you can find it HERE

  1. Read from Romans 5:20 to 6:14
  2. Why does Paul ask the question he asks in verse 1?
  3. Spend some time discussing the different way Paul, in verses 1-11, contrasts Sin and death with freedom and life.
  4. Read verses 12-14 again (phrase by phrase) and discuss each instruction. Specifically discuss how these instruction ought to be applied to our lives.
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Romans 3:27 – 4:12

If you missed the sermon, pick it up here: Outrageous Grace

  1. Recap on what we looked at last week in our study on propitiation, Justification and Redemption.
  2. What is the main conclusion Paul draws from the doctrine of Justification (verses 27 & 28).
  3. Given that this passage is very much dealing with a specific issue for Jewish believers, how can we and should we apply this passage to ourselves as a ‘Gentile’ congregation in the UK?
  4. Pastor entitled his message on this passage Outrageous Grace. What is so outrageous about God’s grace?
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Romans 3:1-8 ~ A Study

The sermon for this passage can be found Here

  1. Take time to recap on the first 2 chapters. What have been the key points thus far?
  2. In the sermon we picked up on three possible objections Paul raised and discussed. What were they? How did Paul answer those objections?
  3. Where is the application for us in this passage and what should be our response?
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Romans 2:1-11 A Study

Here is a link to the sermon on this passage in case you missed it: A moral Superiority

  1. Who is Paul writing to here?
  2. Verses 1-3 ~ Why might condemning bad behaviour in others condemn me too?
  3. Verse 4 ~ Why doesn’t God punish unrepentant people immediately?
  4. Verse 5 ~ What happens, bit by bit, to the lives of those who are unrepentant?
  5. Verses 6-11 ~ What is the overall thrust of these verses?
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Romans 1:16-17 ~ A Study

This study is based on the above passage and this Sermon

  1. Do you ever consider the things God wants to do in your life and the power He has to do those things? Why may we not allow God to do those things?
  2. For what reasons might we be ashamed of the Gospel?
  3. What does a life obediently lived for the sake of the Gospel look like?
  4. A number of awkward questions were asked in the sermon, as a group try to recall them and discuss them.
  5. Pray for your group and the wider church, that we will live our lives true to our calling.
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A Study on Mark 16:1-14

To engage well with this study you will find it easier if you have first read Mark 16:1-14,  listened to: Do You Believe In The Resurrection? and read So what about the ending of Mark’s Gospel?

  1. How do you feel about the seeming choice of endings shown in most English Bibles?
  2. What do you feel was the main thrust of theses verses (you can disagree with the preacher! – Just discuss why if you do)?
  3. As a group, as you move through this passage, try and explain to each other what each of the scenes looks like, how individuals might feel etc.
  4. What questions do you have about what was going on? As a group try and answer those questions from the bible.
  5. Why was Jesus so concerned about the disciples’ lack of trust… How might we find ourselves lacking in trust, and what is the effect?