Jesus comments about God the Father, “for such is your gracious will” (vs. 26b). How responsible are believers to do God’s will verses accepting God’s will? Are there any clues from Jesus’ obedience to the Father’s will?
Who are the “little children” (vs. 25) whom Jesus invites to come to him? Why does Jesus invite the children and hide from the “wise and understanding”?
What needs, burdens, and weariness do you bring to Jesus? What would it mean for you to find rest for your soul?
How do understand Jesus’ statement, “For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light”? How do you reconcile this truth in a broken world?
From Series: "The King & His Kingdom (The Gospel of Matthew)"