City Church [LoveHopeCity.com]
Raising World Changers
November 1, 2020
Main Scripture Reference(s)
Raising World Changers
November 1, 2020 / Exodus 2:1-11
4 Lessons from the Mother of Moses:
1. She saw with a heavenly perspective.
Numbers 26:59; Exodus 2:1-2.
2. She provided safety and security.
Exodus 2:2; Hebrews 11:23.
3. She studied the heroes of the faith for what to do.
Exodus 2:3; 2 Timothy 3:16.
4. She planted seeds of faith.
Exodus 2:8-9; Psalm 127:3-5; Acts 7:22; Proverbs 22:6; Exodus 2:11; Hebrews 11:24-25; Ephesians 2:10.
Small Group Questions
What do you think?
What struck a chord with you from City Church’s last service?
The story of your life.
- The title of Pastor Obie’s message was “Raising World Changers.” Share a time in your life when your world changed for the better because of someone else’s actions.
- One thing we looked at was how one’s perspective determines their perceived reality. Share about a time when you began to see something with a new understanding because you saw it from a different perspective.
- One of the lessons we learned from the mother of Moses is that she studied the heroes of the faith for what to do. Hebrews 11 offers a list of heroes from the Old Testament, often referred
to as the “Hall of Faith.” Read the chapter in its entirety and answer the following questions.
- Which “hero” stuck out to you the most?
- Have you ever been in a situation where you drew inspiration from a biblical figure’s story to get through yours? Please share your experience.
- Pastor Obie spoke about being secure in your identity in Christ. Read the verses below, then answer the following questions.
- John 8:36.
- Romans 8:31.
- John 1:12.
- John 15:16.
- 1 John 5:18.
- Colossians 2:10.
- Ephesians 2:10.
- 2 Corinthians 5:20.
- 1 Peter 2:9.
- Which verse resonated most with you most? Why?
- In the next week, how can you practically live that verse out better? Be specific.
- As Jesus followers, we are called to the “great commission” of making disciples. In a sense, we are therefore expected to be “world changers.” Though you may not change the entire world like Moses and his siblings did, you can still change the world of a small group or individual. In what practical way can you help make a positive impact, change or improvement in someone’s world this week?
Personal reflection and application.
- Have everyone in the group share one thing that resonated with them from this discussion.
- Take some time to pray for one another before closing the group.