NO RAGRETS - WEEK 2: The Real You
An unveiled you reflects God
and leaves you with no regrets!
As we get started with a new year we all tend to look for ways to become a better version of ourselves. Maybe we try a new exercise routine or a new way of eating? Whatever that better version of ourselves looks like that’s what we’re striving for. But what if there’s more than just a better physical appearance? What does the real you look like? We are used to adding filters to our pictures on social media and hiding our imperfections and flaws from those around us so much so that it becomes difficult to even remember who we really are. How does God really see us and how does He want us live?
DISCUSSION QUESTIONS (2 Corinthians 3:13-18, Exodus 34:29-35)
1. Tell about the worst school picture you can remember taking?
2. How does it make you feel when you look at social media and try to compare your life to what others are portraying?
3. Paul refers to Moses having spent time with God and his face glowing from being in God’s presence. Describe what you think that was like.
4. Moses placed a veil on his face not to protect people from the glory but to keep people from seeing the glory was fading. What kind of veils do we tend to put on to keep people from seeing the real us?
5. A veil over your face will eventually lead to a veil over your heart. How have you seen this in your life?
There is a “WE” factor in 2 Corinthians 3:18. How can your LifeGroup take another step toward being even more transparent with each other and help make it easier to let down our veils?