On a scale from 1 to 10, how would you rate your desire to know God?
Do you see yourself moving closer to, or further away from God?
As you observe the world what screams to you: this is not how things ought to be?
How have you personally sensed or experienced life’s brokenness?
Is there a time that you can remember experiencing God’s presence or direction? Have you ever sensed God communicating to you?
How is Jesus different from other religious figures?
If God were to wipe away every wrong thing you’ve ever done, said, or thought—past, present and future—how would you feel or respond?
When you see the image of the cross what does it mean to you?
Given these definitions, how does Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection provide the solution to our sin and separation from God?
Which image best represents what you imagine when you think of eternal life? Why?
If eternal life is the restoration of perfect intimacy with God, then according to Jesus what is needed to have eternal life? Why?
Is it true? Does this story resonate, making sense of life? More thoughts...
If you’re uncertain, try reading the Bible for yourself. Start with the Gospel of John, an account of Jesus’ life, words, and works. See what you think.
Do you believe that you need Jesus? More thoughts...
Jesus claimed to be the solution to our fundamental problem—separation from God caused by our sin. Do you desire the forgiveness and new life that he provides? Do you want him to lead and guide your life?