1. In what ways do you struggle with complacency in your life? What's the difference between contentment and complacency? How is complacency dangerous?
2. What plumb lines do we tend to use in assessing ourselves? How do these produce a false sense of assurance and feed our complacency?
3. What do you observe about Amos 9:11-15, specifically regarding the promise God makes to rebuild David's booth? Why a booth? How is that a significant prophecy about Jesus as David's greater son?
4. Name some ways that Amos 9:11-15 shapes your view of the Gospel, ie. what God 'built' for you through the work of Jesus? How might that combat our complacency with our sin? Our sanctification? Our stumbling blocks?