Discussion Questions 7/25/20
These discussion questions are based on the sermon that Pastor Bledi Leno delivered on 7/25/20.
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 is Esther not upfront with her Jewish heritage?
2. How do we find our God given identity in a land where most people are different?
3. How should Christians get involved in justice in society?
4. How is racism not compatible with Christian character?
5. Why is their power in gathering together?
6. How does prayer make a difference?
7. Why is it important to listen to people who are hurting?
8. How can Christians advocate for the helpless?
9. Why is it important as a Christian to represent the side of Jesus rather than a political party?
10. What is the message that God is trying to give to you from this sermon?
11. How can you apply this message to your life?
12. What practical thing can you do today to get started?
Feel free to share some of your thoughts in the comment section below:
7/25/2020 12:49:09 pm
Trying not to fit in to be liked, but making a difference in life by dying of self every day in order to act more like Jesus Christ and less of the world.
7/26/2020 01:25:15 pm
the place to fit into is God's plan
7/27/2020 01:44:58 am
4. How should Christians get involved in justice in society?
8/1/2020 02:47:13 pm
Thanks for sharing your thoughts, those are some good ideas. A week of fasting and reading Esther.
7/27/2020 01:05:24 pm
7) How does prayer make a difference? Prayer is one way to be spiritually awake because the power of prayer is in the one who hears it and not in the one who says it. Therefore, prayer makes a difference because biblically speaking God is a personal being and we can interact with him on a meaningful level. Prayer can give us physical strength to help us overcome challenges in the Spiritual realm since our struggles are not against flesh and blood enemies, but against rulers and authorities of the unseen world, and against evil spirits in the heavenly places.(Eph.6:12)
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