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Jesus and Doubters

John 14:1-11

  1. Why is it significant that “doubt” is connected to God as a Father?
  2. What have you found “troubling” your heart lately? How are Jesus’ words an encouragement to you in this?
  3. How can Jesus relate to your “trouble”?
  4. What does Jesus say that we should do in the face of our troubles?
  5. What is the relationship between faith and doubt?
  6. How do our mental images of heaven compare with what the Bible says?
  7. How does the “already … not yet” tension contribute to our doubts?
  8. How should we live in the light of the truth that “the end of all things is at hand”? (1 Peter 4:7)
  9. How does the context of what Jesus says in John 14:6 help us to understand it?
  10. “There are ________ _______ to Jesus, but Jesus is the only way.”
  11. What does it mean for Jesus to say that He is the “truth”?
  12. Do you feel like God is far away today? How are Jesus’ words here an encouragement to you?
  13. How important is our relationship to our fathers?
  14. How does 1 John 3:1 offer encouragement to us as we consider God as a Father?
  15. How does Jesus’ relationship to the Father give you hope and encouragement today?

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