What to Know for Wednesday!

Bryan Martinez   -  

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Lesson: Don’t Miss the Blessings of Maturity

Tonight is out last Impact of the year! We’ll be back September 4th! Tonight, to close things out, we’ll circle back to a passage we discussed earlier in the year – Hebrews 5:7-14. In this passage, the author rebukes the readers for their immaturity. They’ve had time and opportunity to grow, but he says they’ve remained children in their spiritual maturity. Because of this they’ve missed out on fully understanding the mystery of the Gospel. They’ve become unqualified to lead others and they have no ability to discern what’s good or evil.

In this final charge to our students, I want them to know the dangers of spiritual immaturity, how to grow, and what to look forward to as mature followers of King Jesus. Just because Impact goes on a break for the summer, doesn’t mean their growth should!

We love you parents! Hope to see you at the Kickoff this Saturday and at the parent hang out tonight at 8:15!

 

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Questions for the Ride Home

  1. How would you define maturity? What are the marks of a mature person? What are the marks of a spiritually mature person?
  2. What are we missing out on if we stay as spiritual children?
  3. Why should we bother to push forward? What if it seems pointless? What if it seems like everyone else is having an easier time? Read Galatians 6:8-9
  4. Where do we still need to mature? How can we address that this summer?

May Catechism

What is God’s will for my life? 

God’s will for my life is not a hidden secret for me to discover. He wants my sanctification, which means he wants me to become more like Jesus everyday. I am called to love God with all of my heart, soul, mind, and strength and to love my neighbor as myself.

Scripture

But we ought always to give thanks to God for you, brothers beloved by the Lord, because God chose you as the first fruits to be saved, through sanctification by the Spirit and belief in the truth.

2 Thessalonians 2:13

Conversation Question:

Have I faithfully lived out God’s will for my life?