Hebrews 10:25 (NIV) Not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.

  1. Don’t give up meeting together. Why had some given up meeting together?
  2. How big of a deal is habit? How much of our life is habit? Google it.
  3. How much of Christian living is habit?
  4. In addition to meeting together, what other habits are important to Christian living?
  5. How long does it take to form a habit?
  6. How do you form a habit?
  7. What habits would you like to form?
  8. Are there any habits you would like to break?
  9. What good habits have you already formed that are working for you?
  10. Experts in habit suggest that because habits are so hard to form, we do well to only work on one habit at a time. (They say the reason New Years Resolutions fail is because of that last letter-s. We accomplish so little because we try to do too much.) Do you agree with the experts—that it is good to work on one habit at a time?
  11. A number of good books have been written in recent years about the science of habit. Do a search on Amazon. Any of those titles look interesting to you?
  12. Imagine your life a year from now with one new habit firmly established. You have 300+ days doing this new habit. What does that feel like?
  13. What steps can you take this week to get there?
  14. How can we pray for each other?