May 9/10 Two Tables

Check out our video announcements for this week!

May 9/10 Two Tables

May 9/10 Two Tables


THREE THINGS TO KNOW

DON’T MISS THIS

Stay connected while you stay-at-home. Join us for Man Night Online featuring Senior Pastor Jeff Manion on Wednesday, May 20. For more information, visit adabible.org/mannight.

GROUP VALUES

This month we are focused on relational investments. As a group, discuss what it looks like for you to represent Jesus to those around you in this season. Is there someone your group can be praying about?

GROW AS A LEADER

We want to encourage, equip and inform you as leaders. One of the best ways for us to do that is through the leader Facebook group. Stay engaged with the group, upload photos, share stories and interact with other leaders. If you aren’t a member of the group, join here.


DISCUSSION GUIDE

Welcome to Week 4 of our spring sermon series, The Way of the Wise. This week we look at two proverbs with two tables that are two completely different experiences.

What’s something life-giving you’ve been able to do during this season?

 

WISDOM CHALLENGE

How has The Wisdom Challenge encouraged or stretched you?

  

LOVE OR HATRED

Proverbs 15:17 says, “Better a small serving of vegetables with love than a fattened calf with hatred.” How do you picture these two tables and environments?

What habits help create a feeling of love?

How have you experienced a table or relational environment with an atmosphere of love and/or hatred?

 

PEACE OR CONFLICT

Proverbs 17:1 says, “Better a dry crust with peace and quiet than a house full of feasting, with strife.” Peace isn’t the absence of strife or conflict, but the ability to resolve it. How does creating a relational environment where issues are dealt with in a healthy way make a place feel safe?

Proverbs 24:3-4 says, “By wisdom a house is built, and through understanding it is established; through knowledge its rooms are filled with rare and beautiful treasures.” What are some relational rare and beautiful treasures we can provide that aren’t tied to monetary value?

What atmosphere do you feel like you are providing to the people you interact with during this season?

 

WRAP UP

This week we discussed the importance of the relational environment we are creating. What’s one thing you can do to help create a better relational environment for your family, friends or co-workers?

 


Download a printable PDF.