Active Goodness

Galatians 5:22

Ephesians 5:8-10

  1. How is the word translated as “goodness” used in the New Testament?
  2. Is “goodness” about our efforts to be good? If not, what is it about?
  3. How has God’s goodness changed you?
  4. What is the connection between childlike faith and goodness?
  5. What is the outcome of being adopted by God?
  6. What happens when we try to produce fruit in and of ourselves?
  7. What reminder comes to us from Psalm 119:68?
  8. What does God’s goodness remind us of?
  9. How does clarity come to us through revelation?
  10. What are the different ways that God has revealed Himself to us?
  11. How does knowing God’s character bring clarity?
  12. How do you find rest?
  13. How will we show ourselves to be ready for the return of Christ?
  14. How will you rest in God’s goodness this week?
  15. How would you respond to this quote?

“The power of the Church is not a parade of flawless people, but of a flawless Christ who embraces our flaws. The Church is not made up of the whole people, rather of the broken people who find wholeness in a Christ who was broken for us.” … Mike Yaconelli (1942-2003), The Door, Issues 139-150, Youth Specialties, 1995, p. 36


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