Helping the Next Gen Win | Let Go

Sermon Discussion Guide | These questions are based on teaching by Bart Stone (EL) and Seth Hoover (WR) on March 26, 2017.

What caught your attention in this message?

Theology | Read Psalm 127. What does the imagery of this passage tell us about our role as parents and the hopes we should have for our children?

Application | What was your “next step” that you took from the teaching this morning?

Multiply Discussion Guide |  We are in week 7/15 in our first LifeGroup semester. Our reading & questions this week are from section 4, chapter 4, entitled: Exodus and Redemption.

What caught your attention in this chapter?

  1. Read Exodus 2:23–3:22 carefully. It records one of the rare instances when a human being had an audible conversation with Almighty God. What stands out to you about Moses’s encounter with God in this passage?

  2. Read Exodus 5:22–6:13. What does this passage reveal about God and His relationship to His people?

  3. How does God’s provision of the Passover Lamb for the Israelites help us understand Jesus’s sacrifice for us?

  4. Read Exodus 15:1–21. How did the Israelites describe God’s act of redemption immediately after He led them out of slavery?

  5. What do God’s actions in Israel’s exodus teach us about God?

  6. The story of the exodus sets the paradigm for what God’s redemption looks like. How have you seen God’s hand at work in your own life?

  7. What does Israel’s tendency to forget God’s redemption and begin complaining teach us about humanity?

  8. Make this more personal. Take some time to write about the times that God rescued you. What can you do to keep yourself focused on who God is and what He has done?

  9. Spend some time in prayer. Ask God to make the story of Israel’s exodus vivid to you. Ask Him for the faith to believe that He will come through on His promises to you no matter how desperate the situation appears. Pray that God would help you trust Him for your salvation.

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