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Sermon Discussion: The Pattern and Path to Greatness

Sermon Discussion Questions: The Pattern and Path to Greatness Mark 10:32–45 The following outline and discussion questions have been prepared to accompany the sermon from November 17, 2019; “The Pattern and Path to Greatness.” These questions can be used for discussion in small groups, family devotions, or for personal reflection. (PDF) Main Idea: Sacrificial service is the path to true greatness because Jesus served us first (through his atoning sacrifice) Discussion Questions: 1. Read Mark 8:31; 9:31; and 10:33–40. Identify…

Sermon Discussion: The Treasure that Leads to Eternal Life

Sermon Discussion: The Treasure that Leads to Eternal Life Mark 10:17–31 The following outline and discussion questions have been prepared to accompany the sermon from November 10, 2019; “The Treasure that Leads to Eternal Life.” These questions can be used for discussion in small groups, family devotions, or for personal reflection. (PDF) Main Idea: Eternal life is not the product of earning but wholly embracing Jesus as your greatest treasure. Discussion Questions: 1. What does this man’s question reveal about…

Sermon Discussion: How to Receive the Kingdom

Sermon Discussion Questions: How to Receive the Kingdom Mark 10:13­–16 The following outline and discussion questions have been prepared to accompany the sermon from November 3, 2019; “How to Receive the Kingdom.” These questions can be used for discussion in small groups, family devotions, or for personal reflection. (PDF) Main Idea: Whoever does not receive the kingdom of God like a child shall not enter it (Mark 10:15). Discussion Questions: 1. How does Mark 10:13–16 relate to Mark 9:33–41? 2.…

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