Who among us would not want to be changed for the better? In this final installment of the Real-life Overcomers series, Ptr. Jared Co uses the life of Peter to explain who can be transformed, how transformation happens, and what we would need to be transformed by the Lord as Peter was.
Read Today’s Scripture Passage
Matthew 4:19, Luke 5:11, Mark 8:31-38, John 21:15-19
Life Group Discussion Guide
1. Start with a prayer
2. Engage one another (15-30 mins)
- Choose 2 LG members to share a devotion they recently had.
- For you, what does it mean to follow Jesus?
3. Engage the mind (15-20 mins)
- Describe who Peter was before the transformation.
- How did Peter become a fisher of man? Describe his heart.
- How was Peter transformed? How was his transformation manifested in the three times that the Bible records him sleeping? (1st during transfiguration, 2nd at the Garden of Gethsemane, and 3rd in Acts 12)
- What did Peter learn from his encounters with Jesus? How did these encounters lead him to surrender his whole life to Jesus?
4. Engage the heart (15-20 mins)
- What are your similarities with Peter?
- Do you believe you can be transformed by God? Or have you given up trusting and hoping God can transform a difficult person in your life? What hinders you to believe this truth?
- During the times when you fail to follow Christ, how do you respond? Please share. (Do you turn away from God or do you seek God?)
- How can God’s love be a motivation / call for you to surrender your life to Him?
5. Engage the hands (15-20 mins)
- Think of an area in your life or a decision you need to make. How can you be a follower of Christ in this situation?
6. Engage God in prayer (20-30 mins)
- Pray for each other’s needs and concerns. (10-15 minutes)
- Pray for our country. (10-15 minutes)
- Repatriation of more than 80,000 OFWs in the coming days.
- Southwest Monsoon causing heavy rains in many areas.
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