Category: Discussion Questions

  • Matthew 25:1-13 – Discussion Questions

    Q. Are riddles common in your culture? How long does it take for you to understand and figure out a riddle? Do you know any riddles? Q. If Jesus spoke in parables that are covert, how much time should we spend trying to accurately understand its true meaning? Q. Do you believe the testimony in…

  • Matthew 13:3-23 – Discussion Questions

    Q. What truth about God does everyone have, even if they have never ready the Bible? (Read Romans 1:20) Q. Is God’s grace fair? Is God’s grace just? What’s the difference between fairness and justice? Q. In your life, what are examples of thorns that could choke out the truth of the Gospel? Share Questions…

  • Matthew 7:21-29 Discussion Questions

    Q. Can you think of a time that you or some one you knew had a wrong perspective on something, like a funny circus mirror? Q. “Therefore whoever acknowledges Me before men, I will also acknowledge him before My Father who is in heaven.” – Matthew 10:32 What are ways we can we Acknowledge Jesus…

  • Matthew 7:13-20 – Discussion Questions

    Q. What are examples from your country of a person or leader who professed a certain virtue or ideology, but was not consistent with his actions? Q. What carries more weight…what a person says, or what a person does? Q. Jesus very clearly teaches that there is one narrow way to the Kingdom of God.…

  • Matthew 7 Discussion Questions

    Q. What can a judgmental spirit do to a body of believers? Q. Can you think of an example of a “log” in your eye and a “speck” in another person’s eye that would prohibit you from helping that person remove the speck from his eye? Q. Analyze Jesus’s statement in John 7:24, “Do not…

  • Matthew 6:25-34

    Q. Where do you think “worry” comes from? Q. What would you say are the primary worries of most of your friends and family? What about you? Q. Do you think there is a difference between worry and “concern.?” Explain your answer. Q. How does the concept of God as “Our Father” help us to…

  • Matthew 6:16-24

    Q. Do you see hypocrisy in our culture today? If so, where? Q. Should virtue be taught at schools? If so, what virtues? Q. What kind of virtues do you see on college campuses today? Q. What kind of virtues does Jesus look for in a follower? Q. Can a person obtain a character that…

  • Matthew 5:21-32 (Discussion Questions)

    Q. Does God have the right to be in charge of our actions, our emotions, and our desires? Q. Read Galatians 5:1. What do you think of the statement “It is for freedom that Christ has set us free”? If we are wholly devoted to Christ, can we be slaves of anyone or anything else?…

  • Resurrection Sunday – Discussion Questions

    Q. When you have a scholar who has won the Nobel Prize, the Turing Award, the Pulitzer Prize, with an IQ of 230, would you feel confident challenging him as a teacher if he taught you things contrary to your understanding of science and literature? Q. How does a person’s experience and background affect him…

  • The Journey for Jerusalem – Discussion Questions

    Q. How did Isaiah (in Isaiah 52-53) know what would happen toJesus (The Messiah)? What does this tell us about Jesus? Q. What were the different perceptions of Jesus among the crowdat the “Triumphal Entry?” Q. Whom did Jesus say would reject him? Why is it so difficult forpeople who “believe in God” to accept…

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