Sunday, May 13, 2018

Hebrews Study Questions from 5/13


HEBREWS STUDY QUESTIONS

My Sunday School Life Group is studying Hebrews. Every Monday, I post questions that were discussed the day before in Sunday School. I invite you to ponder/think about them and jot down your thoughts.

On Wednesdays, I post some of the ideas that came up in the Life Group's discussion for you to consider and compare with your thoughts.  


These questions were discussed in my Life Group yesterday. Take time to reflect on them. I'll post thoughts from the class discussion on Wednesday.


Chapter 13
Vv 7-17

Whose faith are you imitating? How? Why?
Who?
How?
Why?

V8 might be the most significant verse in this letter. What do you think?

Give some examples of “strange teachings.”

What is v10 talking about?

Why was Jesus crucified OUTSIDE Jerusalem’s walls?

What does v13 mean?

We Got This Far This Week
My class will finish Hebrews next week.
Before starting the chapter by chapter study of the book of Acts, we'll be doing an overview of themes and sections of the book. The study of the book of Acts will begin the first Sunday in June. Monday discussion questions and Wednesday highlights of Sunday's discussion will continue. 
There is a PDF of the questions for Acts--see below.

How does v15 “revise” the sacrificial system?

Relate v17 to today’s political situation.

Chapter 13
Vv 18-21
What’s the author doing in these verses?

Chapter 13
Vv 22-25
These read like an afterthought. Watta you think?

Summary

List a 3-4 “takeaways” from this study. If you can’t think of any . . . go back over your notes!


If you'd like a PDF of the pages of questions in table form with room for you to write answers, CLICK HERE for the link to the first 4 pages of questions on Acts. 

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