Command Z

September 8 - 30

Jesus wasn’t interested in token gestures or outward behavior. He shook up anyone whose faith was lukewarm and brought hope to those tangled in sin. In this series, we go beyond the simple slogans of what it means to follow Christ, and allow ourselves to discover the knots in our lives that Jesus wants to undo.


 

In His Image

September 29 & 30 / Keith Norman


 

All In

September 22 & 23 / Doug Miller


 

Stop Pretending

September 15 & 16 / Doug Miller


 

This is Why He Came

September 8 & 9 / Doug Miller

 

1. This week we started our “Command Z” series. Why do you think we as a culture like the opportunity to hit the delete (do-over) button so much?

2. What do you think God would most like to “Command Z” in our culture today? Don’t answer this out loud but ask yourself what you think He would most like to “Command Z” in your life?

3. Why do you think the “self-help books” are so popular in our world today? Do you see a problem with this? For those that know Jesus, why is the whole idea of “self-help” so flawed?

4. Doug shared three different diagrams (describing possible relationships with God) this weekend in his message. Review them together as a group.

5. Read Romans 7:14-15 & 21-24. How have you experienced this same dilemma in your life?

6. Read Romans 8:1-4. How do these verses communicate the solution to the dilemma of sin in our lives?

7. What can you do this week to make sure He is continually on the throne of your life? How do you think doing this will make your week different?

8. Pray for each other and PCC that we would, all throughout our days, check-in and make sure God is on the throne of our lives.

We have been talking about things God would want to undo in us. How did you do last week at intentionally keeping Jesus on the throne of your life? What helps you do this most?

Can you think of a time when someone’s hypocrisy hurt you? Without getting into all the details how did this make you feel?

Can you think of a time when your hypocrisy hurt someone? How did you feel?

Why do you think it is so much easier to see this in others than it is to see it in yourself?

Why do you think it is so common in the church to pretend that “all is perfect”? Where does the pressure to be perfect come from? Why do you think we so easily fall into this trap?

How does being real and dropping the mask benefit you and also the world that is watching us?

What can you do this week to stop pretending?

Read Psalm 129:23-34. Use these verses as the template for your time of prayer together.

When you want a drink why is lukewarm typically not what you are looking for?

When you hear the word lackadaisical what comes to mind?

In this series we have been talking about things the Lord would want to “Undo In Our Lives.” Read Revelations 3:15-16. How do these challenge you personally?

Read Mark 4:19. Which cause of an lackadaisical spiritual life do you most easily identify with. The illusion of self-sufficiency or the distractions of this world?

What is something you can do tomorrow that will require faith?

What is something you can do every day this week to destroy indifference and lackadaisical spirituality in your life?

Pray together that each of you and our church would be PASSIONATE in our relationships with the Lord!

Currently we do not have specific questions from the message this week, which happens occasionally for a variety of reasons. We have equipped you to lead your group with a few questions you’ll find below and encourage you to use them to guide the discussion of this message.

1. What stood out to you this week as you listened to the message?

2. What did you learn about God?

3. What passage of scripture spoke to you?

4. What are you personally feeling called to do in response to this message?

5. What are your prayer requests as they relate to this message?

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