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Still, you have to know what the text says before you can understand what it means. This is classic Bible study. We need to spend some time here, but not too much. This is the heart of the discussion. Truth is often a mid-point between two extremes. Application questions are different from commitment. These are things you could do, not things you necessarily will do.

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These twin questions are based on this truth, explored at some depth in the book: Following Him is good. God is a rewarder. We cannot come to him unless we believe that. You must come to love the Christian life or you will never come to live the Christian life. These are only half the questions discussed in the book. There are 12 types of questions in all that I explore. Why not download a sample and check it out for yourself. Read more Read less. Thousands of books are eligible, including current and former best sellers. Look for the Kindle MatchBook icon on print and Kindle book detail pages of qualifying books.

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Gifting of the Kindle edition at the Kindle MatchBook price is not available. Learn more about Kindle MatchBook. Kindle Cloud Reader Read instantly in your browser. Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Making Small Groups Work: Each lesson consists of about 20 ready-to-use questions. Saves you time in preparation. Get groups thinking and talking.

Great stories and illustrations in every lesson. Good Questions make it easier to recruit teachers. If you can read 20 questions, you can lead a Bible Study. Corrispond with three of Lifeway's outlines. Can be used supplementally or stand alone. Suitable for home groups or Sunday School classes. Four new lessons added each week.

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If you are not satisfied, cancel any time. He writes 4 new lessons a week and has done so for a couple of decades. Product details File Size: November 29, Sold by: Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention josh hunt sunday school good questions small group small groups bible study highly recommend groups talking several years easy to read bible studies using josh hunt good every sunday group leader school class questions have groups great questions great book questions for small.

Showing of 46 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. I usually learn more from my class input in 45 minutes than I do studying the background info, for hours, on each lesson. These lessons nearly always provide insight I would never have seen. Thank you for taking the time to write these lesson questions.

I believe my presentation would be a lot less interesting without your help.

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I have started an outreach Bible study in our gym during the Sunday School hour. I have trained 10 people to be table leaders for three weeks and we are now ready for outreach. Thank you very much for your ministry. I have used lessons from www. I am pleased to praise and commend the lessons I have used from your Good Questions for the last six or seven years. Your lessons invariably stimulate me to become more diligent as I make preparations to teach. The thoughtful and thought provoking questions promote discussion and many times motivate students who have studied to actually teach the lesson to each other and open my mind and heart to Biblical truths I had not considered during my preparations.

I am completely confident that far more is learned and acted upon through discussion than through my teaching. Your lesson helps from The Good Questions are the best resource I have found for helping me in the Sunday School class. They save time preparation time, and the questions often change the course of discussion in the classroom.

I teach a couple's class, age range from late 20's to early 40's. I was looking for a way to liven up my class when I discovered Mr. What a transformation has occurred in the people! Not only in the class attendees but in myself! These lessons get almost every one involved in the discussions. A God-send, for sure! No more boring lectures! Hunt, for all you do. If you liked sitting in class listening to a boring professor go on forever and you think your Sunday School students enjoy that too, then these lessons aren't for you!

On the other hand, if you enjoy leading a lively discussion about a particular passage of scripture, these lessons will prompt your class to think and then ask great questions. The resulting discussions are honest and from the heart.

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These lessons really get the conversation going. Small groups are not about hearing each week from a gifted teacher. Instead, they are about people discussing the truths and principles of scripture in a way that helps them connect and build community. Josh's questions help to create an atmosphere of learning from the word and growing in our relationships with one another.

I have a standing rule that if a teacher is going to be out, for whatever the reason, they are to call me to let me know. This is so I can be sure someone is in place to teach. In doing so, I have found that I am the one that becomes the teacher. I have used your Good Questions many times in the short amount of time that I have been a member to put together a lesson and used the questions to keep the class going. I would recommend this site to anyone looking for informative and challenging bible lessons that facilitate dynamic interaction and discussion geared around relevant and challenging questions.

The question to start our lesson ie name and your favorite flower have worked really well. It seems to make a visitors feel comfortable. The questions you develop really get thought going. They are often the spark to get the discussion fire going. I usually find a nugget in the verses that I would never have thought about without your insight.

Thank you for your faithfulness to study the Word and share your good questions with other teachers. Enjoy the lesson plans and appreciate your time and ability. Here are a couple of thoughts I had. Good Questions is a catalyst which brings LifeWay to life. Using Josh's questions we now have two way lessons and the class loves it. I have used Good Quesions for a couple of years or more and have found it to be a valuable resource for my adult bible class..

The questions are always pertinent and evoke a good response from the class. Further, using Good Questions reduces the time I have to invest in lesson preparation each week. I hope to use Good Questions for as long as I am able to teach. We just started a our class this past fall, after about two weeks I signed up for your questions. These lessons really get the conversation going and have helped us keep everyone interested in the class.

Our class has a wide range in age, we are from 18 years old just out of high school to our mid 30's. The class had 1 person and another teacher last year, and now we have 10 on role. The growth has be so great that the class across the hall has asked us what we are doing. We have been more than happy to share what we have done with them. I have taught Sunday School for over 20 years and I have used Good Questions for a number of years now.

They are an invaluable part of our lesson every week. I feel, as you do, that Sunday School class is more beneficial when multiple viewpoints and life experiences are shared. The questions tend to draw these impressions out of the class and allow open conversation rather than a one dimensional viewpoint coming only from the teacher. Thanks for this study help as it not only makes my job easier but has allowed us to have a more fruitful class experience.

We study the Explore the Bible series and your comments and discussion questions make for great "filler" topics for each week. Thanks for putting the time in to help with each lesson. Please don't stop what you do, your questions are really helpful. I really enjoy using these lessons. I teach an adult class from age 30 to almost These lessons get a great conversation started and bridge all generation gaps.

I particularly enjoy the thought stimulating questions included in the lessons. I really appreciate the variety of lessons to choose from and the varying length of the series. It certainly helps when I need a substitute because the lesson can be taught with as much or as little additional work as time allows.

I am always looking for insight to compliment my class presentation. The lessons in Josh's Good Quesions contain questions that people want to answer. In every case I have found the "Good Questions" helpful. Josh, I like the lesson plans a lot because they allow me time to study background material along with my bible text to fill in the lesson plan and make it more complete and also get the other classmates involved with life application stories.

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Just this week we were talking about value of human life and our pastors wife she is only 25 told a wonderful story about her baby sister 17 years and the threat of being diagnosed with spina bifada before birth. Her mother had the child and she is perfectly normal and is a beautiful tall young lady today.

Thanks Josh for ideas that challenge us. I love the questions that you give every week for the adult Bible study lessons. Many of the questions give me new insight to an application that I had not considered. As the pastor of a small church, over the years I have been blessed by the ministry of the lessons prepared by Josh Hunt.

Often I have found an excellent study to use with a home Bible Study group or adult Sunday School class. We use Good Quesitons to provide our equippers with a set of thought provoking questions to stimulate a productive and learning lesson. It also gives a challenge each week to our equippers to plan fellowships on a regular basis.

God has commanded us to do two things: The interactions you have given us help us draw closer to the Lord and to one another. Light has several functions. Our lives should have such an influence that wherever we are, we dispel darkness Matthew 4: The light of Jesus Christ reveals the darkness that is in others John 3: We should be leading men out of darkness through that work of God's love and Spirit in our lives 1 John 1: There has been a great deal of misunderstanding concerning this relationship John 1: Jesus became the sin sacrifice for the world as the Lamb of God John 1: The law condemns all men to death and has no power to save.

Christ's death upon the Cross fulfilled the righteousness of the law Ezekiel Our righteousness before God hasn't been established through out own actions; it is based upon our faith in Jesus Christ as the fulfillment of the law for us Romans Christ has fulfilled the righteousness of the law. God has imputed that righteousness to those who believe on Him. If righteousness could come by the law, then the death of Christ wouldn't have been necessary 2 Corinthians 5: Because of our new relationship with God through Christ.

God is giving us the power to will and to do of His good pleasure in us Philippians 2: The law was to govern men's attitudes as well as their actions. The scribes and Pharisees were the most "religious" people in the country. The scribes read and interpreted the law of God for the people Ezra 7: After the Babylonian captivity, the common people could no longer read the Hebrew language, and they depended on the scribes for the interpretation of the law.

The Pharisees were a religious sect who spent their lives endeavoring to live by every detail of the law. They put the emphasis on the outward observances of the law and ignored the inward law of God. They obeyed the law with the wrong motive-wanting to be seen by men. The rest of Matthew 5 affirms the fact that God is more concerned with the pro per attitudes that lead to the right actions. The Pharisees set certain standards of righteousness and sought to motivate others to conform to their standards.

Jesus is the true standard of righteousness John That righteousness is imputed to us through faith in Him Romans 4: This righteousness is manifested by the fruit of love in our lives 1 Corinthians The scribes and Pharisees were disobeying the true intent of the law. They were thwarting the very purpose of God; instead of being driven to despair through the law, they were resting in a false righteousness Romans 3: According to Christ, certain principles need to be followed when interpreting the law.

It is wrong for us to take the illustrations that Jesus gives here and make a law out of them. From this point on, Matthew 5 has to be looked at in the light of Matthew 5: The man who says "Thou fool" with anger and hatred will be in danger of hell fire. God established marriage vows so that the family unit could be strong. The breakdown of the family unit would have grave consequences 1 Corinthians 6: We shouldn't be continuing in sin as Christians Numbers If we're led by the Spirit, we're not under the law Galatians 5: Even the tenth commandment, "Thou shalt not covet," shows us that the desire for our neighbor's wife is wrong Romans 7: The Lord is interested in what comes out of the heart Matthew Sin is born as we entertain sinful desires in our hearts James 1: We're not to join in with the trend of thinking of this world James 4: We should cleanse ourselves daily with the Word of God John We dare not do those things that arouse our fleshly desires Romans 8: Because the hearts of the people had become hardened to God's ideal plan for marriage, God wanted to establish this law to finalize divorce.

There were two schools of thought in regards to the law. They interpreted "uncleanness" as meaning anything that was not pleasing to the man. This deprived the woman of her rights as the man could not be divorced against his will. God's intention for marriage is that they be no longer two, but one flesh Matthew The sin of adultery is pardonable Matthew This doesn't mean that we can use the grace of God to cover our own sin fullness 1 Peter 2: Since the text and audio content provided by BLB represent a range of evangelical traditions, all of the ideas and principles conveyed in the resource materials are not necessarily affirmed, in total, by this ministry.

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