Discussion Questions

Discussion Questions:

  1. Tell of a time when it felt like the wine ran out in your life. What do you learn from this newlywed couple inviting Jesus to their wedding? How intentional are you about inviting Jesus into your daily routines?

  2. How are miracles and problems connected? How does the description of Jesus in John 1:51 provide a good introduction for the sign Jesus performed at the wedding in Cana?

  3. How does this sign change the relationship between Jesus and His mother? Why is this emphasized?

  4. Is the transformation in your life where you think God wants it to be? How does Mary's statement of "Do whatever He says" play into your level of where your transformation is?

  5. In what ways would you say your life helps people drink the wine of the Kingdom instead of drinking dirty water? How does transformation and "life of the party" describe your daily life?

Discussion Questions:

1. What similarities do you see between Habakkuk’s situation with Judah and what our

nation is going through today? How does Habakkuk’s message to God’s people influence

your outlook?

2. How does Habakkuk’s stroll through the history of God working on behalf of His people

help you see God’s plan and involvement in our lives today?

3. How does the key of God reconciling the world to Himself change your perspective of the

various things going on in your personal life?

4. Habakkuk moves from wrestling in the dust with God to waiting in the watchtower to

leaping with confidence on the high places. Which of these three places would you place

your own walk with the LORD at this time? How does knowing God’s intention of

reconciling the world to Himself give you stamina in the wrestling; patience in the

watchtower; and hope to be leaping in the high places with Him?

5. What difference does it make that Habakkuk’s third chapter is written as a prayer and a

song? He expresses his fear & trembling, but also his total surrender in faith! How does

your prayer life and worship involve these same elements? Do you struggle with being

this real and vulnerable with God?

Discussion Questions:

1. What kinds of times have you had waiting for a response from the LORD? How did He use

these times of waiting to develop deeper trust in Him and His ways?

2. Why would God use a people as ungodly as the Babylonians to discipline His people?

What lessons do you learn for your own life from this?

3. What kind of worry do you have about whether God will keep His promises? How does

the element of time help or hinder your ability to control worry?

4. How does faith help you to say God knows what He is doing, even when the situations

you face don’t make sense to you?

5. How does looking for things to unwrap each day help you to trust more and wait in faith

upon the promises of God?

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