On Sunday, July 2, 2017 at Wildwood Community Church, I preached a sermon based on Matthew 6:25-34.  This message was part 9 in the “Sermon on the Mount” series.  Below are a set of questions related to the message for personal reflection or group discussion.

Sermon Questions:

  1. Pray
  2. Read Matthew 6:25-34
  3. When was the last time that you were feeling anxious?  What were the causes of your anxiety?
  4. Jesus makes several statements in these verses about why anxiety does not make sense for the Christian. What were some of the arguments He makes.  Do you find them convincing?  What questions do you still have about the topic of anxiety?
  5. Have you ever been really anxious or worried about something that did not ever really happen? 
  6. Jesus indicates that faith in the Father provides power to help people through anxiety.  Have you ever experienced a time (or seen someone else go through a time) when their faith in God helped give them peace in an otherwise worrisome set of circumstances?
  7. What would it look like for you to live life today the way you want to be living when Christ returns?  What would need to change to make His Kingdom concerns your top priority?
  8. What is one particular application you took away from this passage/message?

To access these questions in pdf format, click here.

2 thoughts on “Sermon on the Mount (part 9) Questions

  1. Thank you, Mark, for this great sermon on being anxious. For me it is always an appropriate topic.
    All of your Sermon on the Mount sermons have touched me in very specific ways. The preaching and teaching at Wildwood has blessed me and my family for over three decades and I believe has helped our adult children to choose wisely good preaching and teaching as they choose churches throughout the country wherever they live. Every sermon preached by you and Bruce has left a personal message to me. We are very blessed.

  2. Judy – thank you so much for this encouragement! God’s Word is truly living and active. It is a joy to study it together with the people of Wildwood!

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