CONTINUING THE CONVERSATION
1. What are some things worth defending and why?
2. When you consider how the leaders and moneychangers managed the temple, what does that say about how they viewed God and how they viewed themselves?
3. Righteous indignation may be defined as anger directed toward what angers God Himself. What do you think were the reasons Jesus became so upset with what was taking place in His Father’s house?
4. How does the intensity of Jesus’ actions reflect God’s concerns for people today? How might Jesus’ actions be applied to the role of the current Church?
5. What are some things occurring in the world today that Jesus may have the same zeal to change, as He had for His Father’s house?
6. 1 Corinthians 3:16 tells believers that we are God’s temple and the Holy Spirit dwells within us. Have you ever considered that Jesus has the same passion for you personally as He did for His Father’s house in the text? How does that impact your thinking about what He desires for you and how much He loves you?
Other messages in this series
|Are You The One?|| ||Jun 24, 2018||Chap Clark|
|Peekaboo|| ||Jul 1, 2018||Bryan Eckelmann|
|Centerstage|| ||Jul 15, 2018||Chap Clark|
|Arise|| ||Jul 22, 2018||Chap Clark|
|Lead Us|| ||Jul 29, 2018||Chuck Hunt|
|Mastery|| ||Aug 5, 2018||Bryan Eckelmann|
|Uninvited Guest|| ||Aug 12, 2018||Chap Clark|
|Throwing the Cloak|| ||Aug 19, 2018||Chap Clark|
|Becoming A Community In Mission|| ||Aug 26, 2018||Gino Grunberg & Rick Enloe|
|Craving|| ||Aug 27, 2018||Steven Good|