Meet Jesus - The Remedy
Each week, as you take in the Bible, find some friends to talk it out. You can follow this simple guide to help. First, R.E.A.D. and P.R.A.Y. on your own. Then, meet with friends to share what you've learned.
R - Retell it P - Praise
E - Examine it R - Repent
A - Apply it A - Ask
D - Discuss it Y - Yield
Sunday's Message Text:
Bible Plan Readings - Week 27
On a scale of 1-5, how well do you know the Bible? (1 = not at all, 5 = Bible knowledge stud) What are your current Bible habits?
From Sunday's message in Matthew 5, or the Meet Jesus Bible Reading Plan this week, what is impacting you the most? Was there a word, phrase, Bible verse, or theme that impacted you? Hint: What did you highlight
Using the 6 examples Jesus uses in this text, who has higher authority: Jesus or the oral teachings of old? Give an example.
Using the 6 examples, how does theological-uncertainty produce moral-ambiguity?
Using the 6 examples, how does moral-ambiguity produce gospel-deficiency?
Using the 6 examples, how does gospel-deficiency produce obedience-impossibility?
How does biblical literacy (Bible understanding) produce theological-certainty?
How does theological-certainty produce moral-clarity?
How does moral-clarity (right vs wrong) produce gospel-centrality (centered on Jesus life, death, and resurrection)?
How does gospel-centrality produce obedience-responsibility and purpose-intentionality?
Jesus remedies the generational pandemic of biblical illiteracy (lack of Bible understanding) by providing us theological-certainty, moral-clarity, gospel-centrality, obedience-responsibility, and purpose-intentionality. Just look at his life.