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  • I Am Weak Part 2: Study Guide

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    Bottom Line

    To find God’s strength, we must stand in His grace.

    Study Verses

    Romans 5:1-11, Ephesians 2:8, Hebrews 4:16 and Romans 8:31-39

    Key Points

    • We don’t grow past the Gospel, we simply continue to grow in the Gospel.
    • If we all have weaknesses in life, then we are all in need of grace in life.
    • Grace: Love and acceptance that we did not deserve or could not earn.
    • God’s grace doesn’t just save us. It also gives us a safe place where God wants us to live, to grow, to become and to be shaped more and more into the image of His Son.
    • Grace is not something we get one time. It’s what we stand in for all time.
    • Justification is to be declared right legally, but reconciliation is to be made right relationally.
    • Grace saves us. Grace sustains us. Grace strengthens us.
    • In the middle of grace and in the middle our weakness is God.
    • We want to get out of our weakness, but God wants to get in our weakness.
    • The only way to experience His grace is to let go of our effort and pride.
    • The grace of God provides a secure place to stand in the midst of any circumstance we face.

    ENCOUNTER

    • As we start a conversation on grace, it is important to have a clear picture of the term. How would you define grace?
    • God’s grace is all we need in the midst of our weakness. Do you agree with this statement? Why or why not? What makes you answer in the way that you do?
    • What is the danger in losing sight of God’s grace after you’ve accepted it for the first time? In what ways should God’s grace sustain and strengthen us in our walk with God?

    FORMATION

    • Read Romans 5:1-11. What does Paul want the church in Rome to understand about the power grace should have in the lives of believers? Pinpoint places in this passage that highlight how grace saves, sustains and strengthens us.
    • Read Hebrews 4:16 and Romans 8:31-39. How does God’s grace meet us in the midst of our weakness? How are we able to have confidence and strength when facing struggles?
    • Read Ephesians 2:8 and Romans 3:23-24. Why should grace and humility be our response to the growth and transformation that takes place in our lives?

    EXPRESSION

    • Think of the places where weakness is present in your life. Do you truly believe that God’s grace is enough for you? What makes you doubt or resist that God has extended you grace right where you are at?
    • Trusting in God’s grace isn’t a one-time decision. We must rely on it on a daily basis. Where do you need to currently put your trust in God’s grace?
    • Fill in the blank: I am unable to _____________________, but I believe you (God) are able. What would it look like for you to stand on God’s grace in this situation?
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  • I Am Weak Part 1: Study Guide

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    Bottom Line

    God’s strength is found when we depend on Him in the midst of our weaknesses.

    Study Verses

    2 Cor. 12:8-10, 1 Cor. 1:25-31, Hebrews 4:15, 2 Cor. 13:4

    Key Points

    • Weakness: Any place in your life where your strength is not enough.
    • None of us are without weakness in life.
    • The world says ignore, cover up, or get around our weaknesses.
    • God longs to answer our prayers, but He doesn’t always answer them in the way we expect.
    • His power is made perfect in our weakness.
    • Weakness leads us to the point of desperate dependence on God.
    • Without weakness and difficulties we are prone to become prideful.
    • Faith is the act of turning away from our weaknesses to God’s perfect strength.
    • Admitting weakness is the first step to finding strength.
    • If we are going to be a community who finds strength in our weakness then we’re going to have to be honest about our weakness with God, ourselves and each other.
    • We must allow Him into the places in our lives where our strength is insufficient.

    ENCOUNTER

    • Complete the following. Weakness is _____________. What makes you answer in the way that you do? Why do you view weakness in this way?
    • Do you tend to only see your weaknesses or are you one who attempts to show strength to hide your weaknesses? Why do you gravitate in that direction?
    • What danger exists when we see our life only through our weaknesses or spend all our energy hiding from our weaknesses?

    FORMATION

    • Read 2 Corinthians 12:8-10. What does Paul mean when he says he will “boast in his weakness”? How is God’s power made perfect in our weakness?
    • Read Hebrews 4:15 and 2 Corinthians 13:4. What comfort should it bring us knowing that we worship a God who understands and empathizes with our weakness?
    • Read 1 Corinthians 1:25-31. Why did God decide to use the unwise and weak of this world to spread His message? How should this provide us perspective about our role and our position?

    EXPRESSION

    • In the past, how have you attempted to conceal, hide or get around your weaknesses? In what ways have you allowed your weaknesses to define and shape you?

    “Faith is the act of our soul that turns away from our own insufficiency to the free and all-sufficient resources of God.” -John Piper

    • Read the quote from John Piper. God’s strength is found when we depend on Him in the midst of our weakness. Where do you need to confront and admit your weakness before you can begin to depend on God? Where is your strength insufficient?
    • How can God use your weaknesses for His glory?
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  • Surrounded: Study Guide

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    Bottom Line

    Does what surrounds your life reflect that God’s mission is your mission?

    Study Verses

    Isaiah 55:8-9, James 1:2-5, Romans 12:2, Matthew 28:18-20, Hebrews 12:1-3

    Key Points

    • What if God doesn’t have a plan for your life, but has a plan for His life in you that will carry you through any future that may come your way?
    • God is calling us to be a people of action based on the relationship He has with us.
    • We can get so hung up on trying to find God’s purpose for our life that we miss what’s going on right in front us.
    • If we want to find God and His mission, share the gospel message with someone. That’s where He will be. He is on the battlefield pursuing the mission.
    • The most powerful tool God has given you for His mission is your story.
    • We don’t need another feast on doctrine. We need to do something with what we’ve already consumed.
    • You exist to make disciples. Your life exists to make disciples. Your story exists to make disciples.
    • There are opportunities all around us to advance the mission of God. Your next step is more than likely right in front of you.
    • We grasp for control when we face uncertain or uncomfortable situations.

    ENCOUNTER

    “Sometimes people are paralyzed by fear of failure. They are so afraid that they might do the wrong thing that they do nothing. We need to learn to err on the side of action, because we tend to default to negligence. So many won’t do anything unless they hear a voice from heaven telling them precisely what to do. Why not default to action until you hear a voice from heaven telling you to wait?” – Frances Chan

    • Read the quote from Frances Chan. How has the fear of failure or getting something wrong paralyzed you from moving forward or jumping into action?
    • When it comes to God’s will for your life, do you believe there is only one option or expression? How does your response to this question influence the pressure you feel on taking steps of faith?
    • How do you tend to process how God is moving in your life and what He is asking you to do?

    FORMATION

    “Sometimes people are paralyzed by fear of failure. They are so afraid that they might do the wrong thing that they do nothing. We need to learn to err on the side of action, because we tend to default to negligence. So many won’t do anything unless they hear a voice from heaven telling them precisely what to do. Why not default to action until you hear a voice from heaven telling you to wait?” – Frances Chan

    • Read Isaiah 55:8-9 and Romans 12:2. According to these passages, what is the danger in attempting to calculate God’s will for our life on our own? How should these verses provide perspective when we want to default to controlling an uncertain situation?
    • Read James 1:2-5. Why is perseverance a necessary trait for those who are walking with God and trying to keep in step with Him? How does being obedient in the midst of perseverance bring clarity to our walk?
    • Read Matthew 28:12-20 and Hebrews 12:1-3. Does what surrounds your life reflect that God’s mission is your mission? What would it look like to use God’s mission as a lens to view your circumstances?

    EXPRESSION

    “The real enemies of our life are the ‘oughts’ and the ‘ifs.’ They pull us backward into the unalterable past and forward into the unpredictable future. But real life takes place in the here and now.” – Henri Nouwen

    • Read the quote from Henri Nouwen. Where do you currently find yourself wrestling with the ‘oughts’ and the ‘ifs’?
    • Finding His leading in our life requires us to spend time in His presence. How would you describe your current connection level?
    • If you want to know where God’s mission starts for you, it starts in your surroundings. What areas is He drawing your attention to and why do you believe this to be the case?
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  • Handle With Care Part 5: Study Guide

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    Bottom Line

    A clear path results in accountability. Authenticity is what creates the clear path.

    Study Verses

    Mark 10:17-22, Ephesians 4:14-15, Ephesians 4:25, Ephesians 4:29 and Hebrews 10:23-25

    Key Points

    • If the behavior doesn’t change, the relationship will.
    • Accountability is holding someone responsible for the responsibility of their story.
    • We focus on fixing our behaviors rather than the formation of our hearts.
    • You can only be held accountable FOR your behavior if you are accountable TO the relationship.
    • We must clear a path for a common purpose. Rightness isn’t behavioral….it’s relational.
    • Framing accountability requires us to (1) write for clarity (2) connect to the purpose and (3) drive to the heart.
    • It’s not about executing orders or meeting expectations, but building a relationship.
    • Instead of accountability, we often find ourselves in a chronic cycle of codependency.
    • Fixing our behavior is easier to manage, but it doesn’t form pathways into our heart.
    • We’ve created a way to live independently and disregard our need for others. But, we need each other more than we realize.

    ENCOUNTER

    • How would you define the term ‘accountability’? How have we misused and manipulated this term in our relationships?
    • Describe a time when holding someone accountability for their behavior caused you to walk on eggshells around them.
    • How do you know when you are in an accountability relationship or just stuck in a cycle of codependency?

    FORMATION

    • Read Mark 10:17-22. What insight on accountability should we gain from Jesus’ response to the Rich Young Ruler? How was Jesus able to drive to the heart of the situation? What was the Rich Young Ruler focused on and how was it different than what concerned Jesus?
    • Read Ephesians 4:14-15, Ephesians 4:25 and Ephesians 4:29. In order to speak the truth in love, we must do 5 things: (1) Be quick to hear (2) Put aside falsehood (3) speak truthfully (4) use well-fitting words and (5) give grace. Of these elements, which one do you struggle to exhibit in your challenging relationships?
    • Read Hebrews 10:23-25. How does being accountable to the relationship alter your approach, both as the one being held accountable and the one holding the other person accountable?

    EXPRESSION

    • Think about the person who you are walking on eggshells around. What would it look like to create a clear path for a common purpose and what role does your authenticity play in this part?
    • Think about a relationship where you need to hold someone else accountable and have a difficult conversation, how do you want the other person to feel after this conversation takes place?
    • Over the past five weeks, how has your perception of the places where you are walking on eggshells changed? In what way has this series influenced your approach in these relationships?
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  • Handle With Care Part 4: Study Guide

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    Bottom Line

    If we own someone else’s story, we rob them of the opportunity to surrender it.

    Study Verses

    Ephesians 4:11-16, Ephesians 4:25-26, Ephesians 4:29-32 and Hebrews 4:16

    Key Points

    • Purpose frames the context for you to care.
    • The conversations that build someone up are the ones that communicate grace.
    • In order to receive grace, we must acknowledge we are in need of it.
    • Every time you are talking to someone they are looking for connection.
    • When our conversations get crucial, we tend to act our worst.
    • We’ve created a narrative in our head that frames our relationships.
    • Many of us are drowning in our own story. We need a different narrative.
    • People will be able to listen to hard things if they feel their soul is safe with you.
    • We’ve fallen for the lie that we must decide between telling the truth or keeping a friend.
    • The erosion of trust leads to the erosion of safety.
    • When someone refuses to listen or participate, it is a revealer of the fact they don’t feel safe with you.

    ENCOUNTER

    “When we practice generating compassion, we can expect to experience our fear of pain. Compassion practice is daring. It involves learning to relax and allow ourselves to move gently toward what scares us. Compassion is not a relationship between the healer and the wounded. It’s a relationship between equals. Only when we know our own darkness well can we be present with the darkness of others. Compassion becomes real when we recognize our shared humanity.” -Pema Chodron

    • Read the quote above. How is showing compassion to another human being an act of courage? What is courageous about compassion?
    • Read Hebrews 4:16. How is our ability and willingness to show compassion tied to our understanding of our own need for it?

    FORMATION

    • Read Ephesians 4:11-16. How does owning someone else’s story stunt their growth and transformation? Why do we have a tendency to own other people’s stories?
    • Read Ephesians 4:25-26. Why must we confront the stories we tell ourselves and examine their validity? How can our false stories influence our relationships and the conversations we have?
    • Read Ephesians 4:29-32. How does this passage highlight the internal struggles we feel when faced with a crucial conversation?

    EXPRESSION

    • 50% of our responses are dictated by the way we are wired. The other 50% is dictated by the stories we tell ourselves. Are you drowning in your own story? Are you projecting your story onto other people?
    • There are four corners of connection: (1) no connection (2) bad connection (3) pseudo connection (4) real connection. In the relationships that hold the most influence on your life, what corner are you residing in and how is your current connection level influencing your growth?
    • What relationships do you need to extend grace in before engaging in a crucial conversation? How will this influence the safety and trust the other person has in your intentions?
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  • Handle With Care Part 3: Study Guide

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    Bottom Line

    The goal of correction is restoration.

    Study Verses

    Ephesians 4:11-16, Galatians 6:1-2, Matthew 7:1-6, Leviticus 19:17

    Key Points

    • It’s not loving to withhold information that other people need.
    • When things go unsaid, relationships get stuck.
    • Listening allows for the other person to be heard and for us to hear from God.
    • If someone doesn’t think you understand them, they won’t hear what you have to say.
    • If you don’t talk it out, you are going to act it out. You can act on your emotions or your emotions will act on the situation.
    • We’ve got to learn to swim together by finding a common purpose.
    • Eliminate condemnation and contempt and see the person first.
    • Authenticity can’t be present when manipulating and calculating exist.
    • When we are stuck in our insecurity, we resist love.
    • To love another is to look out for their good.
    • Part of understanding involves identifying what is driving the conversation.
    • A criticism focuses on a current behavior. A rebuke is concerned with your future hear

    ENCOUNTER

    • What are the differences between a criticism and rebuke? How can you tell when someone is more concerned with your heart (the person you are becoming) than your behavior (current issue)?
    • Why do we perceive negative feedback with more intensity and for a longer duration than we do positive encouragement?
    • What does it look like to set the tone for a crucial conversation to take place, both as the one confronting and as the one being confronted?

    FORMATION

    • Read Ephesians 4:11-16. What hangs in the balance if we as a community don’t get serious about speaking the truth in love to one another? What does this passage promise us when we do?
    • Read Leviticus 19:17. Cultures of silence are cultures of collusion. How do we share in other people’s guilt when we remain silent about their actions?
    • Read Galatians 6:1-2. What does it look like to restore someone gently? How does gentleness require intention, consideration and reflection on our part?
    • Read Matthew 7:16. What does Jesus want us to understand about removing the plank in our own eye before pointing out someone else’s struggles? How has this passage been used to create eggshells in our relationships?

    EXPRESSION

    • You can act on your emotions or your emotions will act on the situation. Where are you letting your emotions dictate your relationships? Where are you acting out where you need to be talking it out instead?
    • Think about the places where tensions are present in your relationships. What is the common purpose that exists between you that you need to be reminded of? Why is it important to have a common purpose before you communicate?
    • Think about the person you are walking on eggshells around. What would it look like for you to want the best for them? How would having this mindset alter your approach to them?
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  • Handle With Care Part 2: Study Guide

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    Bottom Line

    God’s love must flood our hearts in such a way that our mouth becomes a foundation of life.

    Study Verses

    Ephesians 4:11-16, James 1:19-26, Proverbs 10:11, Proverbs 16:23 and Luke 6:43-45

    Key Points

    • When eggshells keep us from the issues, the eggshells become the issues.
    • Feeling unsafe in a relationship comes out in two ways: being defensive or going on the offensive.
    • There is weight to our words. The things you say make a difference.
    • The depth you long for in your relationships depends on your willingness to deal with your eggshells.
    • We are afraid that “if we go there” we might not be able to get back.
    • Stop having the conversation you don’t need to be having and start engaging in the one that you do.
    • You can win a lot of arguments while at the same time losing the relationship in the end.
    • Our words are to be used to bring life, not to prove a point. Practice the discipline of not having the last word.
    • In the space between listening and speaking, we must suspend judgment, focus on the person and mine for meaning.

    ENCOUNTER

    • Describe a conversation you had when the issue being discussed wasn’t the real “issue”causing the conflict. What was the conversation underneath the conversation that needed to take place?
    • When you don’t feel like you are being heard, how do you respond? Do you become defensive or do you go on the offensive and lash out? Why does this tend to be your reaction?

    FORMATION

    • Read Ephesians 4:11-16. We are called to speak the truth in love. What does it mean to love someone in this way? Why are we afraid to go there in our relationships? What are we afraid of potentially losing?
    • Read James 1:19-26. Why are we incapable of displaying God’s righteousness when we are quick to speak and slow to listen? When we listen, how do we display the heart of God?
    • Read Proverbs 10:11 and Proverbs 16:23 and Luke 6:43-45. What is the connection between your mouth and your heart, anger and righteousness?

    EXPRESSION

    • When it comes to the space between listening and responding, where is the greatest opportunity for growth: suspending judgment, focusing on the person or mining for meaning?
    • Earlier we looked at Luke 6 that highlighted how the mouth speaks what the heart is full of. If someone were to look at your words, what could they learn about your heart?
    • What conversations are you having over and over again? Why do these conversations continue to arise? Is this the result of not having the conversation well and failing to address the real issue or is it a continuation of a conversation that needs to take place over time?
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  • Handle With Care Part 1: Study Guide

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    Bottom Line

    The limits of your relationships are defined by what remains off-limits.

    Study Verses

    Ephesians 4:14-15, James 3:1-12, Proverbs 18:21, Proverbs 16:24, Proverbs 25:11-12, Proverbs 9:7-8 and Proverbs 15:31

    Key Points

    • Eggshells are what we use to keep people from telling us what we really need to hear.
    • One of the biggest tragedies is how isolated and lonely our eggshells have made us.
    • There are more than two sides to every story – your side, the other person’s side and the truth.\
    • If we keep people at bay, we will never reach our fully potential, whether it be individually or corporately.
    • We assume that conflict equals a bad relationship. But, conflict just means you are in a normal relationship.
    • When conflict arises, we immediately begin to craft a story about the other person that makes them the villain and us the hero.
    • Crucial conversations involve strong opposing opinions, high emotions and high stakes.
    • You can tell a lot about yourself by the way you are able to receive correction and criticism.

    ENCOUNTER

    • Eggshells are what we use to keep people from telling us what we really need to hear. What eggshells do you tend to throw out to keep people at bay?
    • What does it feel like when you are in a relationship where you are walking on eggshells?
    • How would your relationships be different if you responded rather than reacted with your words?

    FORMATION

    • Read James 3:1-12. Proverbs 18:21 and Proverbs 16:24. What are our words capable of doing? How do many of our relational issues happen as a result of misused, misinterpreted or misplaced words?
    • Read Ephesians 4:14-15. What does it mean to speak the truth in love? Which one do you tend to gravitate towards when dealing with conflict: truth or love? How can we misinterpret this verse and damage our relationships?\
    • Read Proverbs 25:11-12, Proverbs 9:7-8 and Proverbs 15:31. How are wisdom and personal growth tied to our willingness to listen to a rebuke or correction?

    EXPRESSION

    “If you are stuck, relationally or organizationally, it is because there is a conversation you are not having or not having well.” -Joseph Grenny from Crucial Conversations

    • Read the quote from Joseph Grenny. What conversation are you not having or not having well? How is it causing you to feel stuck?
    • When you experience conflict, how do you tend to react? Do you avoid, hint, wait, wage war or explode? Why do you tend to respond in this way?
    • The limits of your relationships are defined by what remains off-limits. What are you keeping off-limits? What are you afraid of losing if you engage in a conversation about this? What is the potential for growth in this area?
    • Because we are hard-wired for stories, whenever conflict arises we begin to write a narrative about the other person. What stories are you crafting about the places and people where crucial conversations exist?
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  • Be One: Study Guide

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    Bottom Line

    Involvement is the first step towards ownership.

    Study Verses

    Philippians 2:1-11, John 13:1-17, 1 Cor. 12, John 17:20-23, 1 Peter 4:8-11

    Key Points

    • Jesus didn’t pray for a strategy or resources; He prayed for oneness.
    • We all long to belong.
    • Convenience is not a value.
    • We need to live outside ourselves if we are really going to live.
    • You will only find your purpose when you begin to arrange your life to serve the needs of others.
    • Jesus took on the task no one was willing to do.
    • If you don’t get involved, it minimizes our effectiveness.
    • A lack of involvement leads one to be either a consumer, a critic or both.
    • You do “a” thing to find “the” thing.
    • Servanthood lies at the very center of God’s character and heart.
    • If, as a church body, we got serious about one person investing in another person, our impact would be staggering.  
    • Our heart expands or shrinks depending on the size of our greatest concern.

    ENCOUNTER

    • Read Philippians 2:1-11 and John 13:1-17. How do these passages highlight what stands at the center of God’s heart and character? How did Jesus display strength through service and submission?
    • Read John 17:20-23. Of all the things Jesus could’ve prayed for, why do you think He choose oneness? What did Jesus believe the church could accomplish if it achieved oneness?
    • Read 1 Corinthians 12 and 1 Peter 4:8-11. If you don’t get involved, it minimizes our effectiveness as a church. Do you agree with this statement? Why or why not? How does your answer influence your perception of ownership?

    FORMATION

    • Read Philippians 2:1-2. How should our encounters with Christ create unity within our community? What should spur on our commitment to loving one another?
    • Read Philippians 2:3-4.  How would our relationships be different if we considered others better than ourselves and not be so concerned over the pecking order of life?
    • Read Philippians 2:5-11. For Jesus, what took precedent over His rights, rank and respect? Why was Jesus more than willing to lay these things down?
    • Read Ephesians 5:21. How does submitting to someone else demonstrate reverence for Christ? On the flip side, how does an unwillingness to submit to others show a lack of reverence?

    EXPRESSION

    • Our heart expands or shrinks depending on the size of our greatest concern. How would you describe the current state of your heart? Is it expanding or shrinking?
    • For those who have jumped in and become ONE, how has serving influenced your walk with God? How have you been stretched through volunteering? For those who have yet to jump in, what holds you back from doing so?
    • Whether in your volunteer position at the church or in your job, family or community, who is your one that you are investing in?
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  • Impact 2016: Study Guide

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    Bottom Line

    We are to submit to one another as Christ submitted himself to the Father for our sake.

    Study Verses

    Ephesians 5:21, Philippians 2:3-11

    Key Points

    • As long as we focus our attention on the people we are being asked to submit to, we never will.
    • Our behavior towards one another should be governed by what Christ did for us.
    • We forgive because He forgave us. We accept because He accepted us. We serve because He served us.
    • If everyone considered and treated others better than themselves, the world would be a better place.
    • Others are not worthy of your submission, but neither are you worthy of theirs.
    • Jesus used His power for the benefit of others.
    • A relationship with us took precedent over His own rights, rank and respect.
    • Christ choose the relationship option: Our life for His death.
    • Don’t allow your rights to interfere with your relationships.
    • To refuse to submit to others is to demand more for ourselves than Christ demanded for Himself.  

    ENCOUNTER

    “Humility is not thinking less of yourself. It’s thinking of yourself less.” -C.S. Lewis

    • Read the quote from C.S. Lewis. What do we get wrong about our view of humility? How has this word been misused in Christian circles?
    • What is culture’s view on submission and humility?
    • Where do you draw the line as it relates to subordinating yourself to someone else?  Why have you set the limit here?

    FORMATION

    • Read Philippians 2:1-2. How should our encounters with Christ create unity within our community? What should spur on our commitment to loving one another?
    • Read Philippians 2:3-4.  How would our relationships be different if we considered others better than ourselves and not be so concerned over the pecking order of life?
    • Read Philippians 2:5-11. For Jesus, what took precedent over His rights, rank and respect? Why was Jesus more than willing to lay these things down?
    • Read Ephesians 5:21. How does submitting to someone else demonstrate reverence for Christ? On the flip side, how does an unwillingness to submit to others show a lack of reverence?

    EXPRESSION

    • Where are you most vulnerable to justify putting your needs and desires above someone else? Why are you vulnerable in this area?
    • How is demanding your rights damaging a current relationship?
    • Where are you losing the respect of others by demanding their respect?
    • What is one thing you can do this week to consider others better than yourself?
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