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LIFEGroup Questions

For some reason, the LIFEGroup questions were left out of the bulletin this week. If you need them, here they are!

1) What is the most amazing meal you have ever had? Who prepared it? How long did it take to prepare?

2) Read John 6:1-15. Have each member of the group talk about one thing that stands out to them in the passage.

3) Verse 6 says that Jesus was testing the disciples. Do you think they passed? Why or why not?

4) How have you felt like God might be testing you in recent months? Do you feel like you are passing? Why or why not?

5) The disciples were convinced that the food they had was far too little to accomplish what Jesus expected of them. When have you felt like your gifts and abilities were far too little to accomplish what Jesus expects of you? Does it help to know that He already knows what He's going to do? (verse 6)

6) What is something (gift, resource, time, etc...) you have that you would be willing to give to Jesus?

7) What is something amazing you would like to see Jesus do in your life?

8) Spend some time praying for one another. Pray that you will find opportunities to give up your stuff to let God use it in amazing ways.


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