To be the “Me I Want To Be” I need to work to make it happen, but what do I work at? What is the definition of success? What is the definition of how I define my worth? How do I truly make a difference? Not only will we talk about the next essential habit we need in our lives, but why it is so essential.
Small Group Questions
- Who are some of the most powerful people in the world? Who are some of the most powerful people you personally know? What makes them so powerful? Do you want to be like them? Why or why not? Do you think they are happy? Why or why not?
- In Matthew 23:11, Jesus said, “The greatest among you will be your servant.” What are your first impressions of that statement? How does that statement jive with the world’s view of who is the greatest? Why do you think Jesus believes that?
- Please read Matthew 23:1-12. How would you describe the way the teachers of the law and the Pharisees used their power? Is this “great” behavior? Why or why not? Is this behavior you would be proud of in your own life? Jesus obviously believed it was wrong, and His way is better. If you lived life Jesus’ way, could you be proud of the way you lived? Why or why not?
- To be the “Me You Want To Be”, Jesus says you need to become a servant of people. Who in your life would it be good for you to serve? Your fellow employees? Your boss? Your subordinates? Your kids? Your friends? Your spouse?
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