We continue our study of Hebrews today with Jesus being compared with Moses. Moses while being a great figure of faith must not be confused as equal or greater than Christ. The author wants to make a point to point out Moses as an important figure, but then uses Moses to elevate Christ. Moses while being an integral member of the household of God did not bring all things into being as Christ did. When we eat a delicious meal, we thank the cook not the food. When a friend makes something for us we thank them not what they gave us. We worship the creator for what He has created.

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The following guide is a resource for your personal time of abiding with the Lord and for your Community Group when you meet.  It can also be used for times with family or friends around the table.

CONNECT

VISION + STORIES

Take time to be reminded of our shared vision- We are abiding in Christ that we might experience Gospel Transformation in our homes, neighborhoods, work places and city.

+ Ask… What are you/we thankful to the Lord for? (e.g., how is he working in our community group or the lives of someone we are walking with to discover the gospel?)

+ What is one need in this circle/our Community Group and how can we meet it together?

SING + PRAY

Take some time for song (guitar, hymn, acapella or read a Psalm) and extended prayer as an individual/community.  A simple path of prayer is to pray through one of the Psalms as a group or use the acronym ACTS (Adoration, Confession, Thanksgiving, Supplication).

DISCOVER [ Hebrews 3:1-3 ] In Large group

+ WHAT is this passage saying and what is a key truth or thought that I/we learn? (Use the questions interspersed through the passage to help make additional observations to clarify the main point)

Therefore, holy brothers, you who share in a heavenly calling, consider Jesus, the apostle and high priest of our confession, 2 who was faithful to him who appointed him, just as Moses also was faithful in all God's house. 3 For Jesus has been counted worthy of more glory than Moses—as much more glory as the builder of a house has more honor than the house itself.

+ Who should we consider?
+ How is Jesus described in vs. 1?
+ Who was also faithful?
+ Who is worthy of more glory?
+ What example is used in vs. 3?

PROCESS (In Breakouts of 2-3’s, guys/girls)

+ HOW is the Lord calling me to action/obedience? Is there sin to confess, a next step to take, how has it gone since last time?  (Below are a couple of ideas to help prompt responses if needed)

+ Are we faithful to what God has appointed us to? Are we considering Jesus our high priest and giving Him glory?

+ WHO am I walking with and praying for to discover Jesus, what is my next step? (e.g., spend time with them, set-up an intentional time to share your story, begin a discovery study on the teachings of Jesus with them)