Just Discipleship Part 5-From Now On
Scripture: Luke 5:1-11, Isaiah 6:1-8
Theme: Just Discipleship re-imagines our life purpose in light of the kingdom of God. It requires that from now on we leave everything to follow Jesus.
1. What stands out in your heart about the message?
2. How would you define the kingdom of God?
3. Read Luke 5:1-11. What surprises you about the story?
4. Compare Isaiah in Isaiah 6:1-8 and Peter in Luke 5:1-11. What do they have in common?
5. How do you want to be like Isaiah and Peter?
6. Why is admitting sinfulness important for moving forward in spiritual growth and being a part of the kingdom of God?
7. What does it mean for Christians today to “leave everything and follow Jesus?”
8. What keeps you from having the attitude of Isaiah and Peter?
9. How should we pray?
Just Discipleship Study Challenge:
These instructions can also be found at stillnaz.com/sermon-blog.
Choose a time and place to be quiet for 10 minutes.
First, be silent in prayer for 1 minute.
Second, thank God for 2 specific things.
Third, invite Christ to speak to you through the reading of the passage by asking these 3 questions.
As you read the passage, ask these three questions:
1. How does Jesus explain the Kingdom of God?
2. What can you learn about being a disciple and follower of Jesus?
3. How can I pray based off these insights?
Finish in prayer for yourself, your family, your neighbors, your co-workers, your church.
Week 4 (February 10)
Monday: Luke 12:1-34
Tuesday: Luke 12:35-59
Wednesday: Luke 13:1-35
Thursday: Luke 14:1-35
Friday: Luke 15:1-32
As Jesus encouraged his disciples to seek his kingdom first and to treasure it above everything else, may you place your heart and mind on his kingdom and be ready for loving action and generous words.