Information about all events listed can be
found at www.orlandowoc.org or on the church app.
• November 10: Girl Talk at the church @ 7 p.m.
• November 17: Night of Prayer and Worship at
the church @ 7 p.m.
• December 1: Women’s Soiree – Details and
registration online or
on the app.
WARM-UP QUESTION: Start talking. Find a conversation starter for your group.
• If you have heard Sunday’s message,
what is one idea that really stood
out to you? Why did this idea grab
8 See, I have set the land before you. Go in
and take possession of the land that the
Lord swore to your fathers, to Abraham,
to Isaac, and to Jacob, to give to them
and to their offspring after them.’
Deuteronomy 1: 8 (ESV)
In Sunday’s message, Pastor Tim laid the
foundation for our current series – “He
Brought Us Out to Bring Us In.” Here in
Deuteronomy, the Israelites have been in
the wilderness for more than 40 years.
God brought them out of Egypt, not just
to wander the desert, but to bring them
into the Promised Land – to occupy
In a similar way, God brings us out of
“Egypt” – a sinful life – not just to
wander aimlessly as Christians, but
into a new way of seeing, living, and
thinking. He brings us out to give
us a vision for something greater.
In this lesson, we will discuss what it looks
like to live and occupy the new life that
Christ has for us.
Two Kinds of Wanderers
• Isaiah 64:6 (NIV)
• Isaiah 53:6 (NIV)
• Proverbs 29:18 (NASB)
There are two kinds of wanderers
mentioned in these verses:
(1) those who are lost and do not
know Christ, and (2) those who are
Christians but have no clear direction
• What does it look like to wander?
• Which type of wanderer do you relate
to best? Explain.
• What does the Proverbs verse tell us
we need? Why?
Vision for a Life in Christ
• Colossians 3:1-17 (MSG)
This portion of scripture is full of vision for
how our old life is dead and our new life
is in Christ. Let’s look at the compare and
OLD LIFE vs. NEW LIFE
• Which "life" do you most relate to?
• Which of these do you struggle
with? How can this change?
• Which life would you rather live?
• If you have not already, would you
like to make the decision to have a
new vision for your life and
live in Christ?
Paul, the writer of Colossians, wraps it all
up in a nice little bow. He says, “Let every
detail in your lives – words, actions,
whatever – be done in the name of the
Master, Jesus, thanking God the Father
every step of the way.” That’s pretty clear!
The vision for our life should be that we
do everything with our eyes focused on
Jesus - the author and finisher of our
faith (Hebrews 12:2).
We are all in the process of “killing off” the
old life and dressing in the “wardrobe God
picked out” for us. What is one thing you
will submit to God this week to allow Him
to give you a new vision for? Share that
with someone you know will pray with you
and help hold you accountable to this