This week in Chapel we closed out a series that began at the beginning of last semester. Throughout this journey through Matthew 5, in a section commonly referred to as The Beatitudes (Matthew 5:1-11), we continued to return to the key principle, “The blessings of God are not as much about what God does for me as much as they are about what God does through me.”
On Wednesday, we focused in on Jesus’s declaration that we are the “salt of the earth”, and we are the “light of the world.”
Below are some questions that can be used to facilitate further discussion and conversation within your family that may give you a clearer understanding of our chapel service on Wednesday as well as help your student further process what it means to be “salt” and “light.”
- Why is it important to know that when Jesus says, “You are the salt of the earth. You are the light of the world.”, He isn’t talking about/to someone else…He is talking directly to you?
- Why is knowing that you are God’s plan to reach the world around you with the Gospel of Jesus Christ both equal parts exciting and terrifying?
- Who do you feel that God has placed in your life for you to reach with the Gospel?
Director of Spiritual Life
This Week in Chapel:
Barnabas Program/Chapel Leadership Class Roundtable Discussion
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