1. How should you respond to the notion that Jesus, not you, is the David who has already defeated the giant in your life? What does this truth imply about the way we should live our lives?
2. Do you know what it would take to convince you our God has overcome whatever giants you are facing and is bigger than your fears, addiction, etc?
3. What are some situations that tempt you to put on a false armor to protect your vulnerability? Why is it so attractive to deal with pain and vulnerability through an addiction? (Addictions can be drugs, alcohol, food, self-image, perfection, video games, social media, anything you turn to for approval or comfort, rather than God) Why is it so hard to turn to Jesus in our weakness rather than to an addiction (or comfort zone)?
4. What would it look like for you to get out of your comfort zone in order to serve God in some way? How do you feel about this? How would Jesus feel about this?