David Reunites The Kingdom

Jun 2, 2024    Pastor Jeremy Roh

Discussion Questions


1.     The sermon focuses on the concept of the "shepherd leader" - a leader who serves, protects, and cares for their people. How does this model of leadership differ from what we often see in the world? Can you think of examples of shepherd leaders in your own life?

2.     The ultimate example of a shepherd leader is Jesus, the Good Shepherd, who laid down His life for His sheep. How does Jesus' example challenge or inspire you in your own leadership roles (at work, in your family, in the church, etc.)?

3.     The sermon acknowledges that God is the ultimate Shepherd but calls human leaders to follow this shepherding model. What do you think it looks like practically for a human leader to lead in this way? What challenges might they face?

4.     Submitting to human leadership can be difficult due to our sinful, independent nature. How have you experienced this struggle in your own life? How does the Holy Spirit help us in this area?

5.     The sermon emphasizes the congregation's responsibility to test their leaders' teachings against the truth of God's word. Why do you think this is important? How can we do this in a way that is respectful and constructive?

6.     The sermon concludes by highlighting the prosperity and blessings that come from following God and the godly leaders He places in our lives. How have you experienced this in your own life? What do you think it means to find "true prosperity"?

7.     The overarching message is a call to embrace the countercultural model of shepherd leadership, both as leaders and as followers, and to find our ultimate hope and guidance in Christ. What is one practical way you feel challenged to respond to this message in your own life this week?