The following questions can be used as a weekly recap in a small group setting or as a personal study aid for the sermon preached by Lead Pastor, Tommy Dove, at the Grace Place. Past sermons are available offline here. For more information on participating in a Life Group study, stop by the Welcome Center.

Fill ‘Er Up!

“Therefore, Jesus said again, “Very truly I tell you, I am the gate for the sheep. All who have come before me are thieves and robbers, but the sheep have not listened to them. I am the gate; whoever enters through me will be saved. They will come in and go out, and find pasture. The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.” – John 10:7-10 NIV



What’s in the Tank? – 01/14/2018

Weekly Warm-up:

Who fuels your car?

Do you always use the same brand?

What octane fuel do you use?  Why?

What difference does it make what type fuel you use?

Weekly Overview:

Back in the 1960’s, there was a TV commercial by Esso (today’s Exxon and Mobile oil companies) featuring a tiger that asked, “What’s in your tank?”  They wanted to put a tiger in your tank, or in other words, buy their high-energy Esso Extra gasoline that “uncages the power of your engine.”  So, this week we ask, “What’s in your spiritual tank?”  God wants to fill you up with this Holy Spirit power.  Uncage the power that is already available to you!  Put a Holy Spirit tiger in your tank!

Weekly Discussion Questions:

Filled with Power

Read Acts 1:4-8 and Acts 2:1-4

How was the Holy Spirit manifest?

To whom did the Holy Spirit appear?

What was the purpose of the Holy Spirit to the believers in Acts?

He is for every believer

Read Acts 2:37-41 and Acts 8:9-25

How were the disciples different after Pentecost?

Why did the believers in Samaria need the Holy Spirit?

Tell the story of Simon the Sorcerer

What did Simon think the Holy Spirit was?

To whom is the Holy Spirit available today?

What is the purpose of the Holy Spirit today?

Group Prayer:

Pray for list of needs.

Pray for church leadership for 2018.

Pray for your group.