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Delivered By
Will Robbins
Delivered On
October 6, 2019 at 10:30 AM
Central Passage
Ephesians 3:1-13
Subject
Ephesians Series
Description

SERMON NOTES

“The Mystery Clinic” Ephesians 3:1-13

The Gift of Suffering

  • Be a good steward of both your church and your Gospel clinic. (Your distinctive Gospel work.)

A Clinic of Light Reveals the Mystery

  • Because of grace, rejoice and work hard. (Eph. 2:10)

  • Shine your light to reveal the unsearchable riches of Christ in your clinic.

  • Suffer boldly for those in your clinic.


Vision: A diverse multitude of peoples worshiping Jesus.

Mission: Imitating Christ to spread the Gospel.


DEVOTIONAL: personal and small groups

Focus Point: Discipleship

  • In John 1:35-39, two of John’s disciples left John and stuck with Jesus. Why?

  • John the Baptist referred to Jesus as “the Lamb of God,” which resulted in two people becoming followers of Jesus. What did John mean? And how can you point others to Jesus in this way?

  • In John 1:40-42, what was the first thing that Andrew did after meeting Jesus?

  • Messiah is a Jewish title with deep meaning, and essentially means “anointed king.” For Jews, the Messiah was the king that God would send to save Israel from her enemies.

  • What does a good King do for those He rules? How should those under a good king respond to his good and just leadership?

  • In what areas of your life do you need to submit to Jesus’ rule? Why? What will be the benefit?

  • How do you need to bring others to see Jesus as the good king?

  • Jesus told Simon Peter that he would be called Cephas (rock) as a result of following Jesus. Did Peter become a rock of faith quickly? Explain.

  • Why should following Jesus change our identity?

  • Describe your new identity according to Ephesians 1:3-14. Share this with someone.

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