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Together@Home – Weekly Discussion Questions for January


Week 1: JANUARY 3

SURVIVING THE WILDERNESS:

Remembering and Forgetting

Isaiah 43:16-21, Ex 22:21, Deut 5:15, 8:2-6

Questions:

  • What are the former things of old that you need to forget?
  • How might that free you up for the new thing God is doing?
  • How does your memory about what you used to be change the way you treat others?
  • What do you need to remember about being saved?
  • What do you need to remember about what you learned in your wilderness?


Week 2: JANUARY 10

SURVIVING THE WILDERNESS:

Wilderness Formation

Hebrews 12:1-12

Questions:

  • What have been some key moments and seasons of your own formation?
  • How are you being formed now?
  • What do you need to let go of to travel lighter?
  • How is your perseverance?
  • Where is your joy meter today?


Week 3: JANUARY 17

SURVIVING THE WILDERNESS:

The Spirit in the Wilderness

Deuteronomy 34:1-12

Questions:

  • Can you empathize with Moses about the burden of leadership?
  • How can leadership be shared?
  • The Spirit does not follow human rules, what does that mean in our reality?
  • What do you make of Moses’s longing that all God’s people would have the Spirit?
  • How do you best celebrate the gift of the Holy Spirit?


Week 4: JANUARY 24

SURVIVING THE WILDERNESS:

Suffering can be positive

Romans 5:1-5

Questions:

  • In what ways do you experience suffering? Can you imagine boasting about it?
  • How do you see suffering producing endurance around you?
  • How do you see endurance leading to character in your own life?
  • In what ways does deeper character lead to deeper hope?
  • Where do you need more of God’s love poured into your life?


Week 5: JANUARY 31

SURVIVING THE WILDERNESS:

Suffering connects us to Jesus

2 Corinthians 4:1-9

Questions:

  • How has opening to the truth hurt, but ultimately brought healing?
  • Where are you tempted to proclaim the work as yours instead of Christ?
  • What does it mean for Christ to be known in you and through you? How have you seen this in others?
  • The gospel seems to guarantee suffering as much as it does deliverance – how have you known this to be true?

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