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SGQ - December 10, 2017

12.10.17 | Small Group Questions | by Jeff Lincicome

SGQ - December 10, 2017

    Luke 1:5-25

    1. FOMO stands for the “Fear of Missing Out.” Is this one of your fears? What do you most fear missing out on? What have you missed out on that you regret the most?

    2. Zechariah and Elizabeth were obedient to God and yet they were missing out on the expected joy of having children. When have you been obedient to God and still felt forgotten? What does this story tell you?

    3. “Do not be afraid, Zechariah, for your prayer has been heard” (Luke 1:13). It is clear that even after hope was lost, Zechariah continued to pray for a miracle to happen. What (or Who) seems to be beyond hope to you?

    4. In the end, God once again uses a place of barrenness to bring about new life, for Zechariah and Elizabeth, the people of Israel, and ultimately the world. It appears that unlikely prayers still have merit. What unlikely prayers do you need to lift up to God this Advent season?