Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it. This week, Rev. Jeremiah Cheung explains that History is His story — our Lord has left us numerous examples and warnings in history so we may learn from it.
Read Today’s Scripture Passage
Life Group Discussion Questions
1. Start with a prayer
2. Engage one another (15-30 mins)
- Choose 2 LG members to share a devotion they recently had.
- Share something significant that you have learned from your parents/older generation.
3. Engage the mind (15-20 mins)
- Why was God angry with the Israelites?
- What was God’s message to the Israelites? Why did He warn them to not be like their ancestors?
- Read v. 6. What does this say about God’s word?
- How did God reveal Himself in this passage? What does it mean that God is the Lord of Host?
4. Engage the heart (15-20 mins)
- Share examples from the Bible that we need to follow. Why are these important for us to follow?
- Share warnings from the Bible that we need to avoid. Why do we need to avoid these?
- Reflect: When someone rebukes you, what kind of attitude do you have? Share an experience. What have you learned about this from the message?
- God does everything according to the Truth. What does this mean for you? How are our principles similar or different from God’s principles?
5. Engage the hands (15-20 mins)
- What sin is holding you back from God? God is inviting you to return to Him. How can you return to Him?
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)
- Prepare for possible post-holiday surge of Covid-19 cases
- Continuous relief and rehabilitation of the areas affected by Typhoons Rolly and Ulysses
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