Lesson 2: The Gospel With Us, Part 2
Regularly reading the Scriptures and seeing Jesus throughout the Bible by the inspiration of the Spirit is a key mark of God’s people throughout the ages. Centering our lives on God’s Word, together, helps us see Jesus as the hero of every story in the Bible. And rehearsing our own life story with others helps us see Jesus as the hero of our own story as well.
- Luke 24:13-35
- How Missional Community Life Exposes Unbelief by Rachel Swartley
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- How would you define the difference between “biblical fluency” and “gospel fluency”?
- What are some examples in the Bible of… a) people or things who point forward to Jesus, b) desires for something better, or c) stories that leave you wanting a better conclusion?
- What are some examples in your own story of… a) your own longing for Jesus, b) your desire for something better, c) needs that could only truly be fulfilled by God in Christ Jesus, or d) Jesus as the hero?