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25 Ways to Win with People, Lesson #24

by John Maxwell and Les Parrott, PH.D.

Good Questions by Josh Hunt

These kind of questions (except with more Bible verses!) are available every week for you to use during your Bible study time. Lessons correspond with three of Lifeway's series. I have been doing this for years and more than 2000 lesson are available with new ones added each week. See www.joshhunt.com/sunday-school.htm for details.

Review

Write notes of encouragement

  1. Let's apply this, then talk about it. Let me give each of you a blank card that you can write to someone. Take a minute to write a card. Then share with us who you wrote a card to and why you selected them.
  2. Let's memorize Hebrews 10.24 - 25 together. (1)
  3. Why do we all need encouragement?
  4. Why do we need encouragement daily?
  5. How many notes of encouragement do you receive in a typical year?
  6. Which is better-a card, a phone call, a gift, a text, or an email? Why so? (2)
  7. How did John Wesley's letter encourage William Wilberforce? Who can recall that story?
  8. Imagine that you adopted the practice of sending a brief note of encouragement to each of your class members once or twice a year. What might that do to the atmosphere of the group?
  9. Besides group members, who else could you write regularly?
  10. How often do you send your spouse a card?
  11. What keeps you from doing this kind of thing?
  12. How could you make the practice of writing notes of encouragement easier? (3)
  13. How do you want to apply this week's lesson?
  14. How can we pray for one another?
  15. Who can remember Hebrews 10.24 - 25?

1. Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another--and all the more as you see the Day approaching. Hebrews 10:25 (NIV)

2. Which ever one you will do. A hand written note might be better than an email, but if you will do an email and you won't get around to the note, email is better.

3. You might buy cards in bulk so you have the around the house.

 

 

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