The Fall of Man Changes Everything

As we look into the story of the Fall of Man, we see that we all face a temptation, a decision, and consequences of sin.

Parker RobbSep 18, 2022Dallas

In This Series (3)
Redemption & Restoration Change Everything
Parker RobbSep 25, 2022Dallas
The Fall of Man Changes Everything
Parker RobbSep 18, 2022Dallas
Creation Changes Everything
Ryan FitchSep 11, 2022Dallas

OPENER

If you could plant your own garden and grow anything you wanted
what would you plant? (Dr Pepper Fountain, Sour Patch Kids Bush,
etc.)

READ

Read Genesis 3:1-5.

DISCUSS

  1. Who is the Serpent? Why does he play an important role in this story? Do we see him in other parts of scripture? If so, where?
  2. What was the lie that the serpent was trying to convince Eve of? Did she believe it?
  3. What are common lies that are easy for you to believe in your life?
  4. Is it easy for you to remind yourself of what is true in the Bible or who God is? If not, why do you think that?

READ

Read Genesis 3:6, 3:8, 3:23. Share the Gospel at the end using
Genesis 3:15.

DISCUSS

  1. When was a time you were tempted to do something and you did it even when you knew it was wrong? What were the consequences?
  2. Parker's story had to do with carrying a rock as a consequence for his action. This caused him to feel shame about his actions. Is there anywhere you feel shame in your life?
  3. Do you believe God's will is best in every decision in your life? If not, are there decisions are you not trusting him with?
  4. Use Romans 6:23, Genesis 3:15. Share the Gospel. Allow the students to think about their relationship with God. Where are you at with God?

About 'The Gospel Changes Everything'

We are looking at the story of the Gospel. From the beginning in creation to redemption we have in Christ, we are going to discover how the gospel impacts everything in our lives. This story is not just another story of the Bible we tell, but it has direct impact on how we live our lives as middle schoolers today.