Embodying Victory | Dec. 18, 2016
- People typically respond to adversity by fleeing or fighting. Where do we see people fighting to overcome adversity? Where do we see people overwhelmed by the demands of adversity?
- What motivates people to engage in fighting to overcome adversity? What hinders people from walking in victory?
- How does the victory of Jesus affect our identity? How does where we draw our identity from affect the way we participate in community? How are we nurturing a strong identity in Christ together? What are some ways we can nurture a strong identity in Christ together in community?
- The victory of Jesus should be celebrated with thanksgiving. In what ways are we encouraging each other to live lives of thanksgiving? What hinders us from being thankful people?
- Thanksgiving should spill over into sacrifice for others. How are we sacrificing for the unbelieving people around us? How are the sacrifices we are making pointing unbelieving people to Jesus?
- Where or who are you drawing your identity from? How does this affect the way you commune with God and other believers? How does this affect the way you missionally engage your neighbors?
- The victory of Jesus should be celebrated with thanksgiving. Are you a thankful person? What causes you to be thankful, or keeps you from being thankful? What are some ways you can express your thanksgiving to God and His people?
- Thanksgiving should spill over into sacrifice for others. What are some ways you are currently sacrificing for the benefit of another?
- In what ways are you drawing your identity from generational sins instead of Identity in Jesus as the victory of God? In what ways are making excuses for generational sins keeping you from walking in the victory of Jesus?
- What are some ways your family is celebrating the victory you have in Jesus with thanksgiving? How does your family express your thankfulness to God and His people?