September 4, 2022 - God's Faithful Promise

Hebrews 6:13-20
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Life Group Questions

1. If you were not at this week’s service, consider going to the church website and listening to the sermon. What main ideas did you gain from the message? Do you have any questions?

2. Do you think Christians can lose their salvation? Can our sin cause God to give up on us or forsake us? Can a Christian walk away from God? Explain.

3. Read the following passages and provide some observations about the assurance and security we have in Christ: Hebrews 6:9; 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18; Philippians 1:6; John 6:37; 10:27-30; Ephesians 1:13-14; 2:8-10; 4:30; Romans 8:37-39; 11:29.

4. How does the writer’s use of contrasting pronouns (e.g., we, us, they, and those) help us interpret this passage? What was the writer’s confidence about his audience as opposed to those mentioned in 6:4-8 (cf. Hebrews 6:9)?

5. Define repentance and explain its importance (cf. Luke 13:3). How is repentance involved with our salvation? Do Christians still need to repent of sin after they have been saved? Explain.

6. Explain how a person can be enlightened by God and still be lost in their sin (cf. John 1:9; Matthew 12:23; Mark 1:27; Luke 2:47). What does it mean that these individuals had tasted of the heavenly gift (cf. Hebrews 2:9; Matthew 27:34; John 8:51-52)?

7. What does it mean to taste of the goodness of the Word of God and the power to come (cf. Psalm 19:7-8; 2 Timothy 4:3-4)? Have you tasted of these things? If so, describe some of the goodness you’ve enjoyed from God’s Word and the events to come.

8. Do you know for certain that you are saved? Do you feel confident that you’ll be with Christ in heaven for all eternity? Do you ever struggle with these things? If so, consider talking to somebody at the church who can help you work through your struggles.

1. If you were not at this week’s service, consider going to the church website and listening to the sermon. What main ideas did you gain from the message? Do you have any questions?

2. Define the word “promise.” Describe some promises that you have made to other people in the past. What are some promises that were made to you by others? What is the significance of a promise?

3. List some of God’s promises to His people, along with the Scripture reference for support. What promises of God have encouraged you and helped you through difficult times?

4. Describe the promise that God made to Abraham (cf. Genesis 12:1-3)? How does the promise that God gave to Abraham apply to us today (cf. Titus 1:1-2; Hebrews 10:19-23; 1 John 2:25)?

5. What does it mean to be a child of Abraham (cf. Galatians 3:1-9; Romans 3:12-13)? Are all Jews children of Abraham? Explain why or why not. Can you rightly claim to be a child of Abraham? Explain your answer.

6. What does it mean that God is unchangeable? How does God’s character add credibility to His promises? How should the nature and promises of God give us confidence and peace?

7. God is the anchor of our soul. Describe some uses and purposes for an anchor. What are some necessary characteristics and requirements of an anchor that make it effective? What is it about God that makes Him a good anchor for our souls?


by Terry Beatty
/  Lead Teacher and Ministry Vision

Macedonia Baptist Church
10481 NC 42 West, Holly Springs, N.C. 27540
(919) 567-3460

 

Macedonia Baptist Church
10481 NC 42 West, Holly Springs, N.C. 27540
(919) 567-3460

 

Macedonia Baptist Church   /   10481 NC 42 West, Holly Springs, N.C. 27540   /   (919) 567-3460