You Can Count On Me

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  1. When you think of “faithfulness,” what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Why?


  1. What does the word “faithful” mean / how would you define “faithfulness”? What is the power of faithfulness in a culture where it seems fewer and fewer people value faithfulness?


  1. How do you exhibit faithfulness in your daily life? In what way are you challenged to be faithful in your daily life?


  1. Like all the other fruit of the Spirit, faithfulness is rooted in God’s character and in the work of Christ. How have you experienced God’s faithfulness (i.e. in what ways is He faithful to His children)? What helps you trust God?


  1. What do the following verses say about God and faithfulness: 1 Cor. 1:9; 10:13; 1 Thess. 5:23-24; 2 Thess. 3:3; 2 Tim. 2:13? Which of these verses impacted you the most? Why? What do you learn about Jesus’ faithfulness from Heb. 3:1-16?


  1. How are you faithful to God? How are you faithful to others?


  1. In Sunday’s message, we considered a number of ways it’s important we are faithful to others. Which way in particular stood out to you? Why?


  1. Pause for a moment and ask God’s Spirit to bring to mind someone who would benefit from your faithfulness this week. Who is it? Why might God have brought this person to mind?


  1. How can you lean on God’s Spirit this week to cultivate the fruit of faithfulness in your life?


  1. What do you sense God has been saying to you through this study? What are you going to do about it?