1. Who has shown and told you the Word of God? How did you see it in their lives? 2. How are you showing and telling the Word of God in your life? 3. What are steps that you can take so that you might show and tell the Word of God more to others around
1. What have you learned as you have watched people that you respect suffer? 2. Look at this passage again. Scripture helps us be steadfast in suffering in different ways. Which ways stand out to you? 3. What are your next steps based on what you seen in this passage?
1. What insights from this passage are sticking with you? 2. “As we repent, we discover the power of godliness to grow in our knowledge of the truth.” How is this true for you? 3. What steps are you being called to take in response to this passage?
1. What insights from this passage are sticking with you? 2. Who has paved a path with love for you to follow? 3. What is your next step to be ready for every good work that God has for you?
1. How are you processing recent events that were mentioned in the message today? 2. What insights from God’s Word this morning strengthen you to navigate the suffering of following Jesus? 3. What next steps are you being invited to take from this passage?
1. What insights from this passage stick with you today? 2. Why is this process of multiplication (2 Tim 1:2) so important for the kingdom? 3. Consider the price of multiplication (2 Tim 1:3–7). What changes would have to happen to make this a value in your life?
1. Have you ever been surprised by love in the shape of a cross? How? 2. What insights from this passage help you love, even when it means suffering? 3. What steps can you take to love well this week, no matter the results?
1. Talk about your spiritual heritage. Whose faith has formed you? Who do you seek to emulate in your faith? 2. What are your next steps in fanning into flame the gift of God? 3. God’s Spirit gives power for his purposes, love for his people, and self control for our progress. Where do you
1. Whose love has shaped your faith? 2. How can God’s calling give you confidence to love? 3. Think about people that you love. How can releasing God’s grace despite weakness, mercy despite shame, and peace despite conflicts give you greater confidence to love?