These last two weeks have been great as we have been exploring the dream God has given Brooklife to become “A Place For Everyone”. Last week, we talked about becoming a a place for everyone to experience the love of Jesus. This week, we talk about being a place for everyone to find life-giving relationships. The key words in that sentence are “life-giving”. We all have many people in our world but what do life-giving relationships look like?
Small Group Questions
- From the viewpoint of people who don’t know God, what are some of the grandest displays of love in our world? In your life, excluding God’s love for you and others, what are some of the greatest displays of love? Who is the hardest person in your world to love? Why?
- Please read Ephesians 3:16-19. What does it mean to be “rooted and established in love”? What does it mean to “grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ”? What does it mean to “to know this love that surpasses knowledge”? What does it mean “that you may be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God”?
- Please read 1 John 4:19-21. What do these verses say to you? Who are the people you are supposed to love? What is our motivation?
- When you bring together the meaning of Ephesians 3:16-19 and 1 John 4:19-21, what conclusions can you draw? When you think through the concept of “Creating A Place For Everyone To Experience The Love Of Jesus”, how does that tie in with the concepts of these two Bible passages? How can you being to create a place for everyone to experience the love of Jesus?
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