Last Sunday, we started our journey through how Jesus can help us contain our worries, fears and anxieties. Just knowing that Jesus is with you is so important, but it’s only step one. Sunday, we talk really practically about step 2 – containing those fears, anxieties and worries. You just can’t miss step 2!
Small Group Questions
- In what kind of situations do you find yourself feeling most insignificant? Why do these situations make you feel insignificant? Do you believe that feeling significant is one of your greatest needs? Why or why not?
- What keeps you from believing you are significant to God? Please read Matthew 10:29-31. How do these verses make you feel? According to Jesus’ words and actions throughout the Bible, how does He feel about you? What makes you say that?
- If Jesus cares as much as He says and has the power that God has to have, how should that affect how we deal with our worries, concerns and fears? Please read Philippians 4:4-8. Verse 6 says that instead of being anxious, we need to share our concerns with God and trust Him with them. Why is it so hard to do that for you? What power do you have over your fears, anxieties and worries? How much control does Jesus have
- Trusting Jesus is , mu ch less anyone, one of the hardest things any of us can do. How does Paul’s concept of dying to oneself daily affect your daily practice of trusting Jesus? Who is going to help you practice trusting Jesus more? Jesus, yes! But who else?
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