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Latest Series: John Pt. 2

11.29.20 | John 12:12-19

Brian Robinson

Date: November 29, 2020

Category: Message

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Sermon Application Questions

Read John 12:12-19

What kind of king did the great crowd of people want Jesus to be?

Are you confident that you haven't turned Jesus into a king of your own making? Can you identify with this deception and understand how the implications can be disastrous? Can you recall a season in your life when you took Jesus by force and turned him into the kind of king you wanted him to be?

According to Zechariah 9:9, what kind of king is Jesus? Consider and discuss.

Do you agree with Dr. Martin Luther King's description of justice (i.e., justice is love correcting that which revolts against love) as it relates to the Christian response to injustice in our world? With this description in mind, are you working against injustice in any specific ways right now?

Brian talked about humility in the sense that God chose the things that "are not." Do you resonate with this idea for yourself, or do you resist it?

Brian suggested that the expectations of the great crowd—and ultimately our own expectations—for what kind of king Jesus would be were not too high, but too low. Whom did God send the King of Kings to defeat?

What does a victorious life look like for a citizen of the kingdom? As a citizen of the kingdom, is your life reflective of the king?

What was the "secret" about the Triumphal Entry that Brian let us in on?

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