A Call to Extreme Living - Sermon on the Mount Part 12
Nov 17, 2013
Getting to Know
Name a trip or event you went to that turned out to be a dud, especially after you spent a lot of time or money preparing for it.
Describe things that a false prophet might teach.
How are they recognizable? How are some hard to recognize?
Why does Jesus say to "Beware" of them?
Explain the whole good/bad fruit analogy that Jesus uses here.
What about a tree that bears neither good nor bad fruit; it bears no fruit at all? How does that fit in the story?
Go over the "doctrinal tests"(4 given in sermon). How do these let us know whether the
individual is a false prophet or not?
Extreme living is merely living a life that is ______ to Christ. (fill in blank)
What is the difference between saying Jesus Christ and the Lord Jesus Christ? What does this say about our attitude?
Who enters the kingdom of heaven?
Why will some that said they were Christians not go to heaven?
Why will some that cast out demons not go to heaven?
Why will some that have done "mighty works" in Jesusʼ name not go to heaven?
How do we test ourselves to see if we are right with God?
What does complete surrender to Christ look like?
What does it mean to do Godʼs will? (see John 6:40)
Share with the group the big idea you learned from the Sermon on the Mount.
Share any life changes you made during this study. Itʼs great to testify! It encourages
Disciples started abandoning Jesus. Why did they leave him? And why did others stay?
Resolve to follow Christ more closely in your every day walk. Pray hard.