Set Free to See
Stuck Week 3
Pat Hood – Senior Pastor
Scripture: John 9
Family Worship Guide for the Week of September 16, 2018
Read: John 9:1-12
Thank God that He displays His power through us, even our weaknesses.
Thank God that He can heal.
Ask God to help you believe the great things that He has done.
Read: John 9:13-23
Thank God for the ways that Jesus showed his power and authority.
Confess the things about the Lord that are hard to believe.
Ask the Lord to help you not deny Him or the responsibility that He has given you to speak up for His name in the world.
Read: John 9:24-41
Thank God that He makes the spiritually blind to be able to see.
Thank God that He speaks Truth through His children, the sinners He has redeemed.
Ask the Lord to help you recall how He saved you and deepen your commitment to Him.
Sermon Discussion Questions
Get to know me:
Instructions: The purpose of these questions is to generate responses that are self-revealing and informative. Feel free to ask all of these questions to your group or simply choose the one that best fits your group.
What would life be like as a blind person?
What about our culture makes it hard to see what is really true? (Ex: social media, fake news, access to so much information, etc)
In John 9, Jesus heals a man’s blindness with some mud! What are some amazing ways you have seen God move in your life or the life of others?
Into the Bible:
Instructions: The purpose of these questions is to draw group members into the Bible to discover truth from passages that were not the primary text for the weekend message.
Read 2 Corinthians 4:16-18
How would you summarize verses 16-17
When we are going through some kind of suffering, what perspective does God want us to have?
What are the unseen things discussed in verse 18?
How can we learn to see the unseen things in our everyday life?
Instructions: The purpose of these questions is to apply the main points from the weekend message on John 9.
We all overlook things from time to time. What are your blind spots?
What are some ways you might be overlooking God’s presence or purpose in your life?
What can we do to overcome our blind spots and truly be set free to see? How can our small group and/or close friends or family help us with this?