Discussion | The Most Significant Message Ever

Bible Story Podcast
Discussion | The Most Significant Message Ever

Welcome to the discussion episode for, “The Most Significant Message Ever!” Talk with your friends about this life-changing story!

Bible Story Podcast
Discussion | The Most Significant Message Ever

Discussion | Jesus Bore the Sins of Many

Welcome to the discussion episode for the most significant message ever shared!

We picked up the story with Jesus having been in the tomb for two nights, and on the third day, a few women who were Jesus followers came to anoint his dead body with spices and ointments. When they got to the tomb, they saw the rock rolled away from the entrance, and two angelic beings told them that Jesus was alive. He was no longer dead. They rushed back to the 11 disciples, who did not believe the women at first. Peter ran to the tomb and checked out things for himself, and then he believed. We were challenged to find the evidence in our lives that Jesus is alive today!

Story Episode

Luke 24


Jesus Bore the Sins of Many


  1. Bradon: What character in today’s story do you best relate to and why? 
  2. Jon: We respond to God’s love by loving him back. Jesus demonstrated a crazy amount of love by taking our punishment for sin and offering us a new, better life. Who needs to hear this message in your life? How could you ensure they hear this message?
  3. A relationship with God is not about doing the right things so that we can get a good life. It’s about responding to God’s love well. How will you respond to Jesus’ love for you?

Growth Tip

Bradon: So, regardless of where you are at in a relationship with Jesus. Share with a friend the evidence, from your own life, that Jesus is alive. Share with them how God has worked in you and through you, and as a result, you know that Jesus Christ is alive today!

Jon: That is a tremendous growth tip Bradon. I love it. Why don’t you ask the question on Instagram? What is the evidence in your life that Jesus Christ is alive today?

Prayer Requests

At the end of your discussion, go around the group and ask for prayer requests.

By Jon Drebert

A little about me: I decided to follow Jesus at a very early age while my mom made cookies and I ate cookie dough. I have an awesome family. My wife and I have three amazing kids. I serve as the Executive Director of Covenant Bay Bible Camp at Pigeon Lake, AB. Outdoor activities, music, sports, and learning are some of my favourite things to do.

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