Fight For Your Spouse – April 7 & 8


Relationships can be the source of our most fulfilling moments, and also the places where we experience the deepest hurts. Fighting for your friendships, your marriage, and your family sure isn’t easy. But it’s worth it.

Read these verses before your discussion:
2 Samuel 6:14-22
Ephesians 5:21-33

Dive deeper into this week’s sermon content. Use these questions to help guide your group discussion.

  1. In this series, we’re going to be talking about how God wants us to fight for, rather than against, the people who matter most in our lives. Who are the most important people in your life?

  2. When you look at your calendar, priorities, thoughts, and activities, who is really the most important person in your life? Is the most important person(s) getting the best parts of you, or your leftovers?

    What can you do to practically fight for the people who matter most and make them the most important?

  3. In Ephesians 5:21-33, the apostle Paul challenges us to view marriage between a husband and wife as a mirror to Jesus’ relationship to his bride, the church.

    For those who are married, how can you pursue your spouse and give up your life for him or her out of reverence for Christ?

    For those who are single, how can you pursue holiness and devotion so that Jesus is the one you’re fully devoted to?