Easter

Jesus Christ: Delivered Up for Our Trespasses.

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Romans 4:25 - ...who was delivered up for our trespasses and raised for our justification.

See: 2 Corinthians 5:21 | Romans 8:31

Five Unanswerable Questions:

  1. If God is with us, who can be AGAINST? (Rom 8:31)
  2. He who did not spare his own Son but gave him up for us all, how will he not also with him graciously GIVE us all things? (Rom 8:32)
  3. Who will bring a CHARGE against God's elect? (Rom 8:33)
  4. Who is the one who CONDEMNS? (Rom 8:34)
  5. Who shall SEPARATE us from the love of Christ? (Rom 8:35-39)

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Small Group Discussion
Read Romans 4:25

  1. What was your big “take-away”? What stood out to you from this passage / message?

  2. Define justification. How is it different from “forgiveness”?

  3. Why do many Christians still feel condemned, despite saying they believe what the Bible says about justification?

BREAKOUT

Pray for one another to live in light of Romans 4:25.

Jesus Christ: Delivered Up for Our Trespasses

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4 Truths About Your Sin Diagnosis:

  1. You are a sinner by BIRTH. (Rom 5:12-21)
  2. You are a sinner by CHOICE. (Rom 1:29-31
  3. Sin disqualifies you from HEAVEN. (Rom 3:23)
  4. Jesus was DELIVERED for our sin. (Rom 4:25)

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Small Group Discussion
Read Romans 4:25

  1. What was your big “take-away”? What stood out to you from this passage / message?

  2. Who really delivered Jesus to die? See Romans 8:32. How does this affect the way you look at the cross?

  3. What are some ways trespasses (sins) are redefined today? Confession time: Tell of a time you’ve made an excuse for something wrong you’ve done.

1 Word from the Tomb

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"Father, into your hands I commit my spirit!"

Review: Matthew 28:6

 

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Small Group Questions (Whole Group):
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Matthew 28:6

  1. Why do you think nobody saw Jesus actually resurrect, they just saw the empty tomb at first?

  2. Why is the resurrection the focal point of faith? Why is believing Jesus resurrected the most important thing (See Romans 10:9)?

  3. How does the resurrection of Jesus Christ impact your daily living today?

Breakout Questions:
Pray for one another.

7 Words from the Cross - Part 7

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"Father, into your hands I commit my spirit!"

Review: Luke 23:46

 

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Small Group Questions (Whole Group):
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Luke 23:46

  1. What was especially peculiar about the way Jesus died? See Mark 15:39

  2. Read Luke 23:47-49 and discuss each reaction to Jesus' death. Why did each act this way?

Breakout Questions:
Pray for one another.

7 Words from the Cross - Part 6

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"It is finished."

Review: John 19:30  |  Heb 10:4  |  Rom 5:8

 

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Small Group Questions (Whole Group):
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John 19:30

  1. What was "finished", exactly? Be specific, and list as many things as you can!

  2. Why didn't Jesus say "I am finished"? What's the difference between that and "It is finished"?

  3. What are ways people try to "earn" their way to God? Why is it blasphemous to try to add to the completed work of Jesus on the cross?

  4. What is the difference between Old Testament atonement vs Jesus "taking away" our sin? See Hebrews 10:4.

Breakout Questions:
Pray for one another!