The Art of Losing Yourself – A Book Club Chat and Reflective Discussion (2/4)

The Art of Losing Yourself – A Weekly Online Book Club Chat and Reflective Discussion
April 2015

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The Art of Q & A: Week 2, Chapters 22-26

God help me…
Four people – Gracie, Elias, Carmen and Ben – lived on his or her own side of “God help me.” They each faced their particular situations with a unique perspective. Shaped by their circumstances, they each sought understanding and answers. They each sought to make a change or to have a more meaningful impact in some way. Although this may have been the case, I could not help but be aware of some of the obstacles that existed for them.

FEAR > INSECURITY > LOW SELF WORTH > RACISM > PREJUDICE > BROKENNESS > UNBELIEF

Q: Have you ever found yourself in the “God help me” position? Discuss.
Q: How is fear manifesting itself in your life at present?
Q: What does the Bible say about fear, and what is God’s unique perspective on it?
Q: Can your insecurities ever hold you back from pursuing or realizing a dream? Should this be so?
Q: What does being fearfully and wonderfully made in the image of God mean to you?
Q: Are you aware of your value in God’s eyes? Discuss.
Q: How does it make you feel when you are judged by others?
Q: How do you deal with untruths that are directed toward you and/or toward those you care about?
Q: What are some biblical examples of brokenness?
Q: How does the LORD tend to deal with brokenness or with the many ways that brokenness may reveal itself?
Q: Can unbelief be overcome?
Q: Are you or have you ever been afraid to surrender to God or to be transformed by God?
Q: Does God have you at a turning point in your journey?

“Behold, I make all things new.”Revelation 21:5

Next week’s Book Club Chat and Reflective Discussion will highlight chapter 45.
To learn more about this book: Behind the scenes with The Art of Losing Yourself
To get this book: The Art of Losing Yourself

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