How does Joseph react initially when he discovers that Mary is pregnant? Why did he want to divorce Mary? What does it say about his character that he resolved to divorce her quietly (and spare her from being put to shame)?
How do Joseph’s plans change after he is visited by the angel? What does this reveal about his character?
God is calling Joseph to protect and care for Mary (a vulnerable woman) and Jesus (an unborn child) - at great cost to himself. What can we learn from how Joseph responds to that calling? How does he serve as an example for us?
Who is a neighbor that God might be calling you to love? What are some tangible ways that you can love them (even if it might be costly)?
Why is the doctrine of the virgin birth of Jesus important? Why is it essential to the Christian faith? What does the doctrine of the virgin birth tell us about the person and work of Christ?
Why is the doctrine of the divinity of Christ important? Why is it necessary for Jesus to be God in order to save his people from their sin?
Why is the doctrine of the humanity of Christ important? Why is it necessary for Jesus to be man in order to save his people from their sin?