Jesus is King – Week 3


  • If you had a second life to live in unselfish service to mankind, what would you like to do?

Main idea: 

This series is going to focus on Jesus, not just His birth, but the fact that He was a King. This is why His birth is celebrated – because Jesus is King.


  • The real question, is He your King?


Going deeper:

  • In light of this week’s sermon, what is new information, challenged, or stood out to you?


Read aloud Philippians 2: 5-11

  • Reading between the lines, what do you think was the problem with the church in Philippi?
  • What are four motives for living in unity?
    • How is this unity related to humility? To witness? To suffering?
  • How can you consider a person “better than” yourself?
  • How could Jesus Christ become a “man” and still be God?
    • Was He acting?
    • Did He have two part time jobs?
    • Did He use a telephone booth to change roles?
      • Do you even know what a telephone booth is?
  • If He was fully God, how could He suffer “death” on the cross?
  • In becoming human, which of the “divine attributes” (e.g., knowing everything, being everywhere) did Jesus give up?
    • Which did He retain?
  • What is the “therefore” (v.9) there for?
  • What new actors, movements and results are signaled by this pivotal word?



  • If you threw a party for those people who helped shape your life by their unselfish caring, who would you invite to your party?
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