Hebrews 12:11-15

  1. What does discipline demonstrate in the lives of God’s children?
  2. What is the outcome of discipline in the lives of God’s children?
  3. What is necessary for the “perfect peace” that Isaiah 26:3 promises?
  4. Have you felt “weak” and “droopy” the last few months?
  5. What is our responsibility in our weariness?
  6. Is it possible that your weakness is a result of some kind of inaction?
  7. What does it mean to “make straight paths”?
  8. How might you do that this week?
  9. What does Hebrews 12:1 say about running our race with focus?
  10. What does it mean to “strive for peace”?
  11. Do you find it difficult to live in peace with the people in your life?
  12. What happens without the holiness that God expects?
  13. What is another way to understand the phrase “see to it”?
  14. How might you take responsibility for someone else this week?
  15. Have you seen any “roots of bitterness” spring up? How would caring for others help with this?