Discussion Questions 4/18/20
These discussion questions are based on the sermon titled "The Last Days".
Here are some discussion questions that you can talk about with the people that are in your home with you. You can also call a friend who was watching and discuss it with them. Or you can break out a notebook and use these questions to journal your thoughts on the message.
1. Why do people keep setting dates for Jesus’ coming when He clearly states that no one knows the exact date?
2. Why does Jesus say that he is coming soon, if He knew how long it was going to be?
3. Why were there so many antichrist over the course of history?
4. How can someone always be learning but never knows the truth?
5. How can someone seem godly, but not be connected to God?
6. How can you figure out the ministry that God wants you to fulfill?
7. How can one be ready for Jesus’ return?
8. What message did you personally take away from this sermon?
9. How can you apply this sermon to your life?
10. What practical thing can you do today to get started?
Feel free to share some of your answers in the comment section below:
4/18/2020 02:20:16 pm
The Word of God is our greatest help and best teacher. When we're not going through a trial, we may not hear the words of the Lord as clearly. But when we are in the midst of great trials, it can hurt to even read the word of God. Instead of worrying or estimating His return, we need to be waiting upon the Lord and looking forward to His return by doing His work. Be ready doesn't only mean to sit and wait with our luggage in our hand ready to embark into the next chapter. Being ready simply mean to make oneself prepared for what is to come. Can we really say that we are the walking bible? Can we manifest the word and make it visible to others to see by our actions? Is loving my sister, but not the person I worship every Sabbath a statement that I am fully ready for the end time?
4/18/2020 06:25:52 pm
Time is of the essense. Thats why its important to be in the word before the crisis hits so that it is already a part of our lives.
Leave a Reply.
Hope Still Lives
Specific Church Updates: