November 11, 2018

Reread Micah 6:6-8.


1. "What's your life with God like?" is the question Will Lowry asked of Jon last week. We are all somewhere on the journey. Can you reflect on and honestly consider sharing your answer with your group?


2. Like the nation of Israel, we often are tempted to reduce our life with God to a transaction or contract. Where are places this tendency shows up in your life? What does God have to offer you instead? 


3. The words Micah uses to describe the human condition is "oh mortal." We all die - so what does it look like to make the most of the time we have? Are we ever tempted to waste our life waiting for the one we want to have?


4. What does it mean to do justice (treat people fairly, as though they are made in the image of God!), love kindness (extravagant mercy, overflowing goodness to every single person) and walk humbly (not reactive, dismissive and vindictive, but gentle and patient) in your own life, your City Group, your workplace, your neighborhood, your world? How can you remind yourself of this mandate - how might God remind you of it?