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September 10, 2017 | Dan Hudson

This isn’t a hypothetical question, because the author of Hebrews says, “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever”. His thoughts on the church today can be understood from what he said 2000 years ago.

What would Jesus say about The Church? - Small Group Notes

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September 17, 2017 | Luke Davydaitis

Jesus was often involved in arguments with people about what, and who, was right and wrong. When we see that He has authority to define right and wrong, and what He did with this authority, we should give up defining truth ourselves and happily obey Him.

What would Jesus say about right and wrong? - Small Group Notes

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October 1, 2017 | Nathanael Smith

Jesus was never just a nice teacher with some good moral lessons; he repeatedly made claims about himself that he was divine, sent from God the Father and was the only way to access salvation, eternal life and a relationship with the Father. These are exclusive, inflammatory claims that require a response from anyone who hears them.

What would Jesus say about Himself? - Small Group Notes

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October 8, 2017 | Chris Rawson

What Jesus says about self-righteousness does not change; nothing you can do will ever make you acceptable to God except receiving his free gift of righteousness. Abandon your self-improvement programme and receive this free gift!

What would Jesus say about Self-Righteousness? - Small Group Notes

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October 22, 2017 | Josh Oldfield

Jesus says that the Old Testament is relevant for our lives because its purpose is to lead us to find life in Him.

What would Jesus say about the Old Testament? - Small Group Notes

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October 29, 2017 | Nathanael Smith

Jesus calls us to pray and in return we get to drink from rivers of living water. Prayer reminds us of grace, hope and power, which we need every day.

November 5, 2017 | Andy Wall

Baptism might seem like a strange thing to do in our culture. But it represents the death of our old sinful selves and our new birth into a life reconciled to God and empowered by the Holy Spirit.

What would Jesus say about baptism? - Small Group Notes

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November 12, 2017 | Jen Rawson

As followers of Jesus, social media gives us a great opportunity to bring truth and light into a dark world. God wants to bless your time on social media. He wants it to be fruitful and joyful.

What would Jesus say about social media? - Small Group Notes

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November 19, 2017 | Dan Hudson

Jesus promises the Holy Spirit as a gift to all his followers. This gift cannot be earned by merit but can be received by faith. When we receive the Spirit he helps us to know God, to experience his love, and to receive his gifts. We need him everyday!

What would Jesus say about the Holy Spirit? - Small Group Notes

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December 3, 2017 | Sandy Deans

The Bible tells us that we are made for work and that God has given us work to do. Genesis 1:26: “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness.” God, the Creator, the Author, the Gardener, formed us and gives us dominion over the earth. He makes us in His image: creators, authors and gardeners with roles to play as part of his Kingdom, for His glory.

What would Jesus say about work? - Small Group Notes

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December 10, 2017 | Nathanael Smith

What would Jesus say about Christmas presents? He would celebrate generosity and urge you to be counter-cultural. He would also point you towards Himself and the miracle of the incarnation, one of the greatest gifts of love in history.