Whose Kingdom Are You Building? (2 of 7) by Chris Brown

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Whose Kingdom Are You Building? (2 of 7)
Series: Babylon
Pastor Chris Brown
Daniel 2


CHAOS IN THE KINGDOM:
Daniel 2:1-16

WHO IS GETTING THE GLORY?
Daniel 2:17-28

SHATTERING THE DREAM:
Daniel 2:29-49



Three Questions To Take Home:

- Where does my confidence come from?

- Who does my life and gifts promote?

- Am I building an earthly kingdom or a heavenly kingdom?



TAKING IT HOME
Looking back at this week’s teaching and study, was there something that caught your attention that is important for you to remember? If so, why?


TIPS ON PRAYER

Prayer is an important part of being in Growth Group. Over the years
we've found that group prayer goes better when we follow three simple guidelines. Group prayer goes best when...

WE PRAY FOR ONE TOPIC AT A TIME - Anyone in the group is free to introduce a prayer request either before prayer begins or during the prayer time. Once a topic is introduced, the group
focuses on that request alone. Once it's covered, the group moves on to the next topic.

PRAY MORE THAN ONCE - Because the group is focusing on one topic at a time, each person is encouraged to pray several times during the prayer time for those topics they feel most led to pray about. No one is required to pray.

WE KEEP OUR PRAYERS SHORT AND SIMPLE - Group prayer goes better when members keep their prayers short and to the point. When someone prays for a long time, it's hard for the other members to stay focused and long prayers tend to intimidate those who are just learning to pray out loud in a group.


Growth Group Homework

QUICK REVIEW: This week we saw the choice we have to make in building a heavenly or an earthly kingdom. Was there one point that particularly caught your attention, challenged you or confused you more than the others?


GETTING TO KNOW YOU
1. You’ve just been given the opportunity to move into the profession of your cho ...


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