For all of our sermon questions, we like to ask three main questions.

  1. What is God saying to you?
  2. What does the Bible say?
  3. What will you do?

We will ask some of the same questions each week as well as asking several different questions each week. We ask questions in this way because we believe God is doing something in the heart of the person that is asking the question. When we slow down long enough to ask the question “What is God saying to me?” we give ourselves the time and energy to pay attention to what He might be saying. The Bible questions are there to help us ensure we are hearing correctly from God. God’s word will always be consistent with His voice in our heart and mind. The final questions on “What will you do?” are designed to prompt you to search your heart on what God is saying and respond to it.

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Specific questions on Romans 3:21-31:

  1. Why do people believe they are good without God?
  2. What is a way you have dealt with trying to be “good” on your own?
  3. How can people be made righteous?
  4. What happens so righteousness can happen occur in sinful people?
  5. What is God saying to you through this teaching?
  6. What are you currently reflecting on?
  7. What do you think God wants you to do about it?
  8. If you were going to make a plan to do what God is asking you to do, what would that plan be?
  9. What kind of accountability person would you need?
  10. Do you know anyone who could offer accountability to you?

Here are some standard questions for the series of Romans:

  1. What stood out to you from the message on Sunday morning?
  2. What is the context for this passage?
  3. What are some cultural issues to consider?
  4. What are some theological themes in this passage?
  5. What are some repeated ideas throughout the passage?
  6. How are the themes in this passage connected to the overall themes in Romans to date?
  7. What are some challenging points in the passage?
  8. What are some encouraging points in the passage?
  9. What are some principles you can apply?
  10. What are some key verses in the passage?
  11. What is a memory verse to consider in this passage?
  12. What points from this passage could you share with an unbeliever?
  13. What points from this passage should you share with a believer?

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