The exclusivity of Christ (belief that Jesus is the only way to salvation for all people) is not a popular belief today. Where do you see this doctrine in this passage and other passages in the Bible? Why is this belief so central to the Christian faith?
Everyone has a belief. Why is the object of that belief so important? In this passage, it declares that we must believe in the name of Jesus to receive Him and become children of God. Why is the object of our belief (who Jesus is and what He has done) so critical to what we believe?
What are the benefits of being a child of God? How have you seen those benefits in your own life?
What do you see as the proper response to being a child of God?