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