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Sun, Oct 25, 2020

Bulletin Points:
• The Tree in the Past
• The Tree in the Future
• The Tree in the Present

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. What’s your favourite tree? Why?

2. Read Genesis 2:9, 15-17. What is the Tree of Life for? What does it represents?

3. What is the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil? Why does the “good” here lead to “death”?

4. Read Genesis 2:15-17 again. What is the prohibition? The permission? Man’s purpose?

5. Why did Adam and Eve choose to eat from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil? What is so wrong with this? Is it the tree, the fruit or something else?

6. What are the benefits of the Tree of Life? In what way is Jesus the Tree of Life for us today? Read John 6:53-56, Acts 5:30 and 1 Peter 2:24.

7. There are two ways for us to live and two trees to eat from. What are the benefits of eating from the Tree of Life? (Proverbs 3:13-18; 11:30; 13:12; 15:4)

8. How are you applying this lesson in your life, your family, your workplace?

Sun, Oct 11, 2020
Passage: Psalm 52:8
Series: Tree Stories
Duration: 23 mins 33 secs

Bulletin Points:
• You are Firmly Rooted
• You are Fruitful

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. What’s your favourite colour? Why?

2. Read Psalms 52:8. What was David facing at that time? How did he feel? Why?

3. Why did David describe himself “like a green olive tree”?

4. What does “in the house of God” mean?

5. Read Psalms 1:1-3. Where is the tree positioned or planted? Why is the tree’s positioning so important?

6. Comment in this: When you are faithful, you will be fruitful. How is this truth play out in marriage, workplace and church?

7. Encourage each other on how to stay planted and faithful in God and to each other in your KG.

Sun, Oct 04, 2020
Series: Tree Stories
Duration: 27 mins 9 secs

Bulletin Points:
• The Tree in the Past
• The Tree in the Future
• The Tree in the Present

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. What’s your favourite tree? Why?

2. Read Genesis 2:9, 15-17. What is the Tree of Life for? What does it represents?

3. What is the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil? Why does the “good” here lead to “death”?

4. Read Genesis 2:15-17 again. What is the prohibition? The permission? Man’s purpose?

5. Why did Adam and Eve choose to eat from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil? What is so wrong with this? Is it the tree, the fruit or something else?

6. What are the benefits of the Tree of Life? In what way is Jesus the Tree of Life for us today? Read John 6:53-56, Acts 5:30 and 1 Peter 2:24.

7. There are two ways for us to live and two trees to eat from. What are the benefits of eating from the Tree of Life? (Proverbs 3:13-18; 11:30; 13:12; 15:4)

8. How are you applying this lesson in your life, your family, your workplace?

Sun, Sep 27, 2020
Duration: 30 mins 42 secs

Bulletin Points:
• The Lamb of God
• The Lion of Judah

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. Have you seen a lion in person? What was the experience like?

2. In what way does the lion gives the best depiction and description of Jesus as King?

3. Read Revelation 5:5. What are the two animals that represent Jesus? In what way are they an opposite of each other?

4. Why is it difficult to know Jesus as a lion without first knowing Him as a lamb?

5. What does Jesus, the Lamb of God, do for us? (Isaiah 53:7-8 and John 1:29)

6. Why is the Lion from the tribe of Judah? (Genesis 49:9-10). What qualities did Judah exhibit in Genesis 44:32-34?

7. In what way is Jesus the perfect embodiment of Judah?

8. If Jesus is the majestic Lion watching over you, how then should you live in this time of pandemic?

Sun, Sep 20, 2020
Passage: Isaiah 1:3
Duration: 17 mins 46 secs

Bulletin Points:
• The Ox Knows About Salvation
• The Ox Knows About Separation
• The Ox Knows About Service
• The Ox Knows About Satisfaction

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. How well do you know your parents?

2. Read Isaiah 1:2-3. Why is the ox considered smarter than Israel?

3. What’s the difference between knowing and understanding God?

4. Read Psalm 14:1a and Romans 1:21-23. What do these scriptures say about those who reject God?

5. What is salvation? How do you explain this to a pre-believer?

6. Read Romans 12:1-2. What is consecration? What is the benefit?

7. Why is it better and more blessed when we serve others rather than being served? Who are you serving? How do you serve others in church?

8. A fulfilled person enjoys the people around him. Is this true? Why? How can this be practiced?

Sun, Sep 13, 2020
Duration: 16 mins 40 secs

Bulletin Points:
• Spider Uses All Its Hands
• Spider Lives in Palaces

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. Have you ever visited a palace? Which one? What was the experience like?

2. Read Prov. 30:24-28 (KJV). How is the spider “exceeding wise”?

3. The law of the spider tells us that spiders are both diligent and never easily discouraged when weaving their webs. As a result they never lack food. Food is delivered to them! What are the lessons here for us in regard to trusting for God’s our daily provision?

4. What is causing you to give up recently? People, problems, pain, life pressures or the pandemic? Tell us more.

5. What has God put in your hands? What job has He assigned to you? What does “use all your hands” mean in your context?

6. The spider in this verse lives in a royal palace. What’s the spiritual principle here? Read Proverbs 22:29.

7. Joseph both worked and lived in a royal palace. How did he move from the pit and prison to the palace? Read Gen. 45:5-8; 50:19-20.

Sun, Sep 06, 2020
Passage: Matthew 10:16
Duration: 20 mins 51 secs

Bulletin Points:
· Sheep Among Wolves
· Wise as Serpents, Innocent as Doves

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. Read Matthew 10:16. What does this mean – “I am sending you out as sheep in the midst of wolves”?

2. Read Psalm 34:8. Jesus is sending us into the world as salt and light. What does that mean?

3. Some will receive the gospel but others will oppose it. How are we to respond to hostility?

4. What does it mean to “be wise as serpents and innocent as doves”?

5. As doves, our hearts must be pure. We are to love people like Jesus. How do you show pure love and compassion to others when sharing the gospel?

6. The dove also represents peace. We are to be peacemakers because the gospel is a message of peace. How can you preach and promote peace in our city when preaching the gospel?

7. Who is Jesus sending you to today? What are possible opportunities or oppositions you may face? How can your KG pray with you?

Sun, Aug 30, 2020
Passage: John 10:27
Duration: 17 mins 8 secs

Bulletin Points:
· The Sheep Hear and Recognise the Shepherd’s Voice
· The Sheep Follow the Shepherd



Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. Besides being white and fluffy, what do you know about sheep? How would you describe sheep and the way they behave to someone who has never seen one?

2. Read John 10:1-14. What does Jesus call the one who does not use the door to enter the sheepfold? What kind of person is Jesus describing?

3. Who is the one who enters through the door of the sheepfold? What are their characteristics? Read John 10:3-5.

4. Why is it important for the sheep to know the voice of the shepherd? What happens when the sheep do not recognise the voice?

5. Who is the thief that is described in verse 10, and what is his goal? Did the thief try to kill, steal, and destroy your life before you followed Jesus?

6. Share an experience when you heard God’s voice or you followed God’s leading. What happened? What’s the outcome?

Sun, Aug 23, 2020
Passage: Proverbs 6:6
Duration: 15 mins 54 secs

Bulletin Points:
· Ants are Self-motivated
· Ants are Hardworking
· Ants Prepare for the Future



Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. Who is the most hardworking person you have ever met? What did this person do?

2. Paraphrase Proverbs 6:6-8.

3. What are the 3 things we can learn from ants when it comes to work?

4. The sluggard is mentioned 12 times outside of Proverbs 6. Read Proverbs 26:13-16 and write a short description of him.

5. What would you say lies at the heart of the sluggard’s problem?

6. Comment on this statement: “If you work for money, you will always be a servant to money. If you work for Jesus, you will have a leader mindset.”

7. How are you preparing for the future?

8. What does this message teach you about yourself?

Sun, Aug 09, 2020
Passage: Isaiah 40:31
Duration: 19 mins 24 secs

Bulletin Points:
• Waiting on God will give you a renewed inward strength
• Waiting on God will give you a renewed upward strength
• Waiting on God will give you a renewed onward strength



Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. How is this pandemic affecting people negatively? People in panic?

2. Read Isaiah 40:27. Israel was surrounded by their enemies. What did they say to God? Have you ever felt like your way was “hidden from the Lord”? Or your cause had been “disregarded” by God?

3. Read Isaiah 40:28-31. What did God promise to do?

4. What does God promise to do for you if you wait upon Him?

5. Look at Isaiah 40:31. What does it really mean to soar on wings like eagles? Have you ever trusted in God and experienced that in your life? Share an example.

6. We must wait on God for strength when facing troubles, trials and temptations. Do you consider yourself to be patient or impatient?

7. Why is waiting difficult? How do you usually respond if you are forced to wait? Remember waiting can involve time and trust.

8. Share stories about when you embraced waiting as part of God’s will. What was the end result? How were you changed?

9. Do you feel like you are in a waiting season right now? What are you waiting for? How do you feel about waiting and what is it doing in your relationship with God?