Joining Together Around God’s Word | 06

Written By Christ Community Staff

Take a moment to recite the Lord’s prayer, either quietly or out loud.
If you desire to pray further, you may use this prayer as a model, and expand upon the idea found in each individual line by praying that it would be realized in specific ways in your world and context.


And he said to them, “When you pray, say: 
                  “Father, hallowed be your name. 
                  Your kingdom come. 
                  Give us each day our daily bread, 
                  and forgive us our sins, 
                 for we ourselves forgive everyone who is indebted to us. 
                 And lead us not into temptation.”
Luke 11:2–4 (ESV)

After listening to Sunday’s sermon, you may have lingering questions or ideas. Part of walking with Jesus means that we walk with others who follow Jesus, and it is often beneficial to sort through these lingering thoughts together. The following questions have been designed to help you more deeply consider what Sunday’s message may mean for your life with God, with other believers, and with your neighbors.


Conversation Starters

    1. What surprised you about your practice of this week? What was difficult?

    2. What stood out to you from Luke 21?
    3. Many people read passages like this and become anxious. How does this speak comfort to followers of Jesus?
    4. We want things that are wrong in this world to change, but so often we also struggle with judgment. Are these sentiments compatible or not, and how?
    5. Why do you think Jesus taught so much about the coming judgment? What purpose do you think He had in mind for explaining that these things were ahead?


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