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Worship Service Tie-In Question:
Study: Deborah's Song
If there music you listen to a reflection of your heart?
What music moves you?
Do you listen discerning lyrics or more just enjoy the sounds?
Where do you recite the victories if the Lord? Do you faithfully do that within your family? What would family life be like if recounting the Lord's victories were systematic?
Are you quick to confront things that are wrong, or are you moved by sentiment over sacrifice? Actually doing something? What does our culture teach us to do?
What are you preoccupied with that you use an excuse for getting involved in doing right.
Notes;: God is bigger than we understand. God is in control and can use all things and people to accomplish His purposes. God also works through silence.
Have you ever had to trust God through a circumstance He was seemingly quiet about?
In what ways have you had to wait patiently on the Lord?
Study: Othniel & Shamgar: Judges 3.
Israel forgot God & tolerated sin.
What does our current culture tolerate that is contrary to what God would have for us?
What do you personally tolerate that God would want you to be rid of?
The MicroGroup Five Questions
1 - How has your week been?
2 - What have you studied or learned from the bible this week? How does it challenge you? How could you apply it to your life?
3 - Worship Service Tie-In Question(s)
4 - How have you been able to reach out to someone this week?
5 - What can we pray about for you (specifically)? What can we pray
about for someone close to you? What can we pray about for our church, community and world?