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Welcome to the first week in our sermon series, BREAKING POINT. As we begin this series with Moses, we look at how to prepare for a breaking point.
What is something you’re looking forward to in this next month?
THIS WEEK’S TEXT
Have someone read Exodus 5:1-23 out loud.
What did Moses and Aaron request of Pharaoh, and why was this significant?
What were the Israelites’ attitudes towards Moses and Aaron?
How do you think Moses felt in Exodus 5:22?
THIS WEEK’S SERMON
Pastor Aaron talked about what it looks like to prepare for and endure well during a breaking point. As a group, name the main points shared in the sermon.
Which part of the sermon most challenged or encouraged you, and why?
What are some common responses people have when hitting a breaking point?
How can we avoid the expectation that we will be #blessed if we do what God asks us to do?
Has there been a time you have found yourself disappointed in God, and if so, why?
In this story, Moses doesn’t complain to others, pretend he is okay or quit. Which one of these responses is most easy for you to fall into?
How could you begin to practice lament and bring your grief and disappointment to God?
One way to endure a breaking point is to remember God’s bigger story by consistently being in his Word. Discuss ways your group can encourage and hold each other accountable to be in the Word and grow in this practice together this fall.
Is there anything else from this sermon you wanted to talk about?
Today, we looked at how Moses responded to a breaking point. What is something you want to put into practice moving forward to prepare for your next breaking point?