The Chosen Servant, June 21-27

Matthew 12:15–32



Jesus is the Chosen Servant of God the Father that brings justice between God and people

Matthew 12:15-21

The religion of self-salvation rejects Jesus and never heals the human soul.

Matthew 12:22-29

There is no neutral ground with Jesus you are either with Him or against Him

Matthew 12:30-32

Stop trying to save yourself and humbly come to Jesus by faith and have all your sins forgiven and find new life. 


Group Discussion Questions

Focus on the questions that are most relevant to your group and skim or skip those that are not at this time.

  1. What really is the difference between Jesus and religion?
  2. In what way is Jesus the Chosen Servant of God the Father and how did he bring “Justice to Victory”?
  3. How does the religion of self-justification or self-salvation lead to a life of selfishness? How is Jesus different and what difference has he made in your life?
  4. In what way(s) have you tried to save your own life apart from Jesus?
  5. Jesus gives no room to be neutral. Where are you in a relationship to Christ? Share. Have you humbly put your trust in Jesus for the forgiveness of your sins?



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