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03.10.2019 | “Jesus Wept | Week 1: Injustice”

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Breaking Ground

What is your concept of “justice”, especially as it might relate to people of faith?

What do you think about when you hear the phrase “God’s justice.”


The Dig

Read Micah 6:6-8

Do you see the connection (or, more accurately, the DIS-connection) between Sunday worship and Monday through Saturday life, especially as it relates to issues of justice and mercy?

Put another way, do you see your Monday through Saturday life as being as important to God as your Sunday worship? Why or why not?

If you struggle to make that connection, what are some ways in which you can make some progress in that area?

On Sunday, Eric mentioned that often what we mean by “justice” is the idea of MERCY for me, and JUSTICE for everyone else.

Is this true of you? How have you seen this play out in your life?

Who are some people/groups that you struggle to extend mercy to?

What would it mean to see them as God sees them?


Getting Out of the Hole

Review the “response cards” for the week. Pray the prayer and meditate on the words, Explore the topic, and choose a way to Act on your response.


Additional Resources:

The Gifts of the Jews by Thomas Cahill

The Prophets by Abraham Joshua Heschel
* Also see the “Explore” section of this week’s response.


Coming Up This Week:

Sunday, March 10: Our Lent sermon series for Lent, continues with: poverty and hunger.
* Please see mye3.org for details.