1 Peter 5:12-14 Sermon Study Questions

“The good news of the kingdom is that in Jesus – You can have your sins forgiven. Your enemy – death – has been defeated. Your worst fears will be alleviated. More than you ever hoped or dreamed for yourself will come true forever.”

On a daily basis what do you tend to perceive as your greatest most immediate needs? As you plan for the future what kind of things do you consider as your greatest needs? How does the Good News of the Kingdom change the way you see your greatest needs?  

The Good News is the King Jesus has done what you cannot do. How do you seek to be King and accomplish the very things Jesus has already done for you?

What tangible realities has God given you to help you stand in His grace?  Don’t be generic. Be specific. Names of people. Passages of Scripture. Times of accountability and prayer with others. Specific things people have done for you or said to you.  

How has the church been a flesh and blood grace in your life?  How can you be more intentional in expressing to your church family how much you love them?  

What things disrupt rest and peace in your life? How can we fail to see our greatest problem as our own sin? How do we kick and fight against the peace the God has given us in Jesus? How does the peace we have in Jesus cause a sense of tranquility despite the fact our live can often seem to be in disarray?

On a daily basis what do you tend to perceive as your greatest most immediate needs? As you plan for the future what kind of things do you consider as your greatest needs? How does the Good News of the Kingdom change the way you see your greatest needs?  

The Good News is the King Jesus has done what you cannot do. How do you seek to be King and accomplish the very things Jesus has already done for you?

What tangible realities has God given you to help you stand in His grace?  Don’t be generic. Be specific. Names of people. Passages of Scripture. Times of accountability and prayer with others. Specific things people have done for you or said to you.  

How has the church been a flesh and blood grace in your life?  How can you be more intentional in expressing to your church family how much you love them?  

What things disrupt rest and peace in your life? How can we fail to see our greatest problem as our own sin? How do we kick and fight against the peace the God has given us in Jesus? How does the peace we have in Jesus cause a sense of tranquility despite the fact our live can often seem to be in disarray?

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