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"And He is the head of the body, the church. He is the beginning, the firstborn from the dead,
so that in everything He might have the supremacy." (Col. 1:18)
ALPHA (10am on Thursday):
GAMMA (6pm on Friday):
EPSILON (7am on Thursday):
KAPPA (6pm on Thursday) :
OMICRON (9:30pm on Tuesday):
UPSILON (2pm on Wednesday):
BETA (9pm on Thursday):
DELTA (7am on Friday):
ZETA (8:30pm on Wednesday):
LAMDA (9pm on Thursday):
SIGMA (9pm on Thursday):
OMEGA (6pm on Wednesday):
SERMON DISCUSS QUESTIONS FOR THE WEEK
Topic: The Suffering King [Part Two]
Speaker: C Stephen David
Duration of discussion: 45 mins
1. What does it mean that Christ has tasted death to bring us to glory? How does this truth encourage your heart?
2. What is the understanding of Christ becoming perfect through suffering? What do we learn from this truth about our own suffering?
3. If God alone holds the keys to life and death, how is the devil described as having the power of death? How did Christ destroy the devil? How is that encouraging to you as a believer?
4. Do you have the fear of death? What did Christ do and how should you apply the work of Christ in your practical Christian life?
5. From the illustrations of Voltaire, Martyn Lloyd Jones, and Donald Grey Barnhouse, what encouragement do you get from them?
sermon discussion groups
GUIDELINES FOR SERMON DISCUSSION GROUP LEADERS
1. Be well-versed with the sermon. You cannot lead well if you do not know the content well. Make sure you go through the notes and understand them well. If you have questions or require clarity, reach out to the preacher.
2. Send a reminder to your group members to join on time. If anyone is missing the discussion, gently encourage them not to miss it and inform the group if they unavoidably have to miss it. Also, if anyone is missing your discussion, encourage them to join another group gathering on one of the following days.
3. Post the discussion questions to your group members beforehand so they can come prepared to join the discussion actively. The questions are posted on the website.
4. Ask someone to open the meeting with a word of prayer. Make sure to ask your group members whether they have listened to the sermon in person on Sunday or audio. To go through the notes without listening is not much helpful.
5. Before engaging in discussion, briefly explain the sermon in 10mins. And then ask the posted questions.
6. It is possible that you may have disagreements on some issues with the preacher. But it would be good if you were not divisive in leading your group. You may discuss your concerns directly with the preacher, but lead your group peacefully and have a healthy discussion.
7. If you find someone in the group who has some questions and you cannot answer them, feel free to reach out to the preacher. Don't answer something you do not know.
8. Do not dominate the group by talking more; engage all the participants to speak and share their thoughts.
9. Unless the participants are interested, limit your discussion to 45 mins.
10. Make sure you prayerfully prepare to lead the group and end the discussion with a word of prayer, either by you or someone in the group.
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