Calvary Chapel Naples Sermons

Changed By Jesus – Luke: Chapter 17

A study of the book of Luke, chapter seventeen was recorded October 13, 2019 with Pastor Aaron Lapp.

Sermon Discussion Questions for Luke 17
  1. When you are caught in a snare or when you stumble, how do you usually respond?
  2. What do you think is the difference between a stumble and a fall?
  3. According to verse 3, why is it important to “take heed” as it relates to rebuking and forgiving?
  4. Do you have a tendency to lean towards rebuking or forgiving during conflict?  How has that changed over the years or how can you make that change?
  5. Who in your life do you need to forgive, regardless of how many times they have offended you?
  6. What is faith anyway?
  7. How is faith and obedience connected according to Hebrews 11?  How does it work itself out in your life?
  8. Have you ever struggled with not being recognized for the work you have done for God?  According to verses 7-10, what perspective should we have?
  9. Share about a time when God didn’t start to heal an area in your life until you started to walk in obedience.
  10. God talks about obeying in 1Samuel 15:22-23. What are some other Scriptures about obeying?
  11. How do you understand the Kingdom of God. Does Luke 17:21 help? Where else in the Bible can we learn about the Kingdom?
  12. Draw a picture of what the flag you are flying looks like; be honest, God already knows.
  13. Important: Through this study, what is the Holy Spirit challenging you to do this week? How do you need to obey this?

Changed By Jesus – Luke: Chapter 16

A study of the book of Luke, chapter sixteen was recorded October 6, 2019 with Pastor Aaron Lapp.

 

Sermon Discussion Questions for Luke 16
  1. Have you ever “dropped the ball” and gotten called out on it? How did you respond and what was the result?
  2. In what ways do you focus on investing in your earthly future?
  3. Do you consider your heavenly future “as real” as your earthly future? Why or why not?
  4. How do you seek the Lord compared to how you seek the world? And in what order do you seek?
  5. What are your current resources and how can you use them to invest in those around you?
  6. What does God esteem or value? Give scripture references.
  7. What “truths” does our culture or even the church culture tend to distort?
  8. Prior to this teaching, what was your understanding of hell or Hades?  How has that changed?
  9. What was the rich man’s sin against Lazarus?
  10. Look around, who are the people in your life that you are “not seeing”?
  11. What will you do differently now that you are seeing them?
  12. Important: Through this study, what is the Holy Spirit challenging you to do this week? How do you need to obey this?

Changed By Jesus – Luke: Chapter 15

A study of the book of Luke, chapter fifteen was recorded September 29, 2019 with Pastor Aaron Lapp.

Sermon Discussion Questions for Luke 15

1. Have you ever willfully left the “hedge of protection” that the Shepherd has left you? How did that go for you?
2. Have you ever considered how valuable you are to God. Read Ephesians 1:18-19, how do these verses relate to the story of the lost coin?
3. Have you ever had a prodigal season in your life? Feel free to share what proceeded that season in your life?
4. Share about a time when you came to your senses and ran back to God.
5. Who do you relate with more, the prodigal younger son or the self-righteous older son? Share why?
6. Have you ever allowed your work for God over-shadow your relationship with God?
7. How often are you in the presence of joy? What does the Bible say about true joy?
8. How is the older son like Jonah?
9. Is it slop or superiority that keeps your heart from Jesus?
10. Important: Through this study, what is the Holy Spirit challenging you to do this week? How do you need to obey this?

 

Changed By Jesus – Luke: Chapter 11: 14-36

A study of the book of Luke, chapter eleven verse fourteen through thirty-six was not recorded July 28, 2019 due to technical difficulties. We apologize for the inconvenience.