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Week 2 Conversation


When you think you know best, be humble instead.


II Samuel 15:1-14, 18:1-15, 31-33; Matthew 23:12; I Peter 5:5-6


  • What’s something you know a lot about? Tell us something about it?
  • What is the difference between being confident in what you know and being a know-it-all?
  • Think about a time when you disagreed with an adult about who was right. What was the disagreement about?
  • Why do you think Absalom wanted to be in charge? Have you ever felt that way?
  • Absalom thought he knew best, but what do you think he didn’t know?
  • Do you think it’s possible to be right, but behave in the wrong way? Give an example of when this was true for you.
  • Whose authority do you struggle to respect, because you think you know best?
  • Do you think it’s possible to be confident and humble at the same time? What would that look like?
  • Read I Peter 5:5-6. What are some ways we can humble ourselves when we think we know best?
  • What’s something you’re going to do this week to choose humility?