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Part 1-Ice Breaker
Have each member share their name, occupation and anything they wish to share about themselves.
Fact or fiction?
Ask everyone to write on a piece of paper THREE things about themselves which may not be known to the others in the group.
Two are true and one is not.
Taking turns they read out the three ‘facts’ about themselves and the rest of the group votes which are true and false.
There are always surprises.
This simple activity is always fun, and helps the group and leaders get to know more about each other.
What are some types of Christian Bibles?
Bible Types
++Word-for-word
++Thought-for-thought
++Paraphrase
Which type is best used as a supplements?
Why?
Bible Types
____Word-for-word
____Thought-for-thought
____Paraphrase
Bible Types
____Word-for-word
____Thought-for-thought
__X_Paraphrase
Group Operation
Agenda
++Bible Discussion
++Body-Life Ministry
++Conversational Prayer & Worship
++Coffee and Fellowship
++Introduce Prayer List
Agenda (Cont)
++Pray over Prayer list
++Reminders
++Collect blank test
++Fellowship
Bible Discussion
++Wait your turn
++Stay on topic
++Keep it brief and to the point
Bible Discussion
Knowing God
What did you expect to find in this lesson based upon the Topic?
I was expecting information about God
What did the lesson focus on ?
I learned about Mankind, Me
How does who I am show the nature of God?
Read Genesis 1:26
What does it say about us?
Mankind was
++Made in the image for God
++Made in the likeness of God
++Made with the authority of God
Read Is 59:1-2
Describe man’s basic spiritual condition and reason for this condition.
Isaiah 59:1-2
Mankind is separated from God as a result of sin.
Discuss the summary statement you developed in your study.
What is your understanding of the question?
How does the scripture answer the question?
Read Lev 19:2, Is 6:3, Eze 18:4, Eze 18:2
Why does God punish Sin?
God
++is Holy
++Created Man in his image
++Created Man to be like Him
What is Sin?
https://www.faithlifetv.com/media/593901
What does this mean to be holy?
God’s chosen people, in separation from the world, are called to an ethical life in conformity to His revealed word.
The command to His people is to “be holy; for I am holy
When we sin we break God’s laws and thus we are rebelling against Him.
Even the old testament letter speaks to the punishment associated with sin.
What is the penalty for sin?
Read Gen 3:19, Rom 6:23
The Penalty of sin
++Effects the present
++Effect the eternal
++Death or Separation
God
Is Holy
Created Man in his image
Created Man to be like Him
++Loves us
How did God show his Love for us?
Who is Jesus Christ?
Discuss these questions:
++Is he God? or Is he Man?
++What Did the lesson teach about Jesus Christ?
What happened to Jesus on the Cross?
What does it mean to say we are saved “by grace” Eph 2:8-9, Titus 3:4-5
Name three things that will become a regular part of your life if you are to glorify God?
To Glorify God
++Continue or remain in God’s word
Study the Bible
Obeys what it says John 8:31
To Glorify God
Continue or remain in God’s word
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