Week of September 25, 2022

This Week’s Passages: Acts 17:16-34
 
Use this daily guide to help you internalize this week’s passage & message!
 
KNOW: What does God intend for me to know?
In a journal, use the following prompts to write some truths that stood out from this week’s message:
I never knew…
I was reminded…
A question I still have…
I was challenged…
I was convicted…
A truth I could share is…
I was encouraged to…
I need to dig deeper into…
 
BE (CONSIDER): What does God’s Word lead me to prayerfully consider?
In your journal, use the following questions to write some prompts to use n praying through this week’s passage:
Is there a command to obey?
How am I compelled to exalt God?
Is there a promise to claim?
Is there a principle to follow?
Is there an example to follow?
Am I convicted to confess any sin?
Is there a sin to avoid?
How do I need to rest in Jesus/the gospel?
How can I pray for someone else?
What am I compelled to love or desire?
 
DO (YIELD): How does God’s Word Call me to yield my life?
In your journal, write your answers and thoughts in response to the following questions.
  1. What would you say are the factors that most shape your posture to the culture around you? How much is the gospel an influence?

 

  1. How equipped would you say you are in sharing the gospel with others? How confident are you in sharing the gospel in different contexts in meaningful ways?

 

  1. How is the Lord prompting you to pray as begin to walk through this part of this series together?
 
 

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Week of September 18, 2022

This Week’s Passages: John 15:7-21
 
Use this daily guide to help you internalize this week’s passage and message.
 
KNOW: What does God intend for me to know?
In a journal, use the following prompts to write some truths that stood out from this week’s message:
I never knew…
I was reminded…
A question I still have…
I was challenged…
I was convicted…
A truth I could share is…
I was encouraged to…
I need to dig deeper into…
 
BE (CONSIDER): What does God’s Word lead me to prayerfully consider?
In your journal, use the following questions to write some prompts to use n praying through this week’s passage:
Is there a command to obey?
How am I compelled to exalt God?
Is there a promise to claim?
Is there a principle to follow?
Is there an example to follow?
Am I convicted to confess any sin?
Is there a sin to avoid?
How do I need to rest in Jesus/the gospel?
How can I pray for someone else?
What am I compelled to love or desire?
 
DO (YIELD): How does God’s Word Call me to yield my life?
In your journal, write your answers and thoughts in response to the following questions.
  1. What are some of the most difficult aspects of living out a persevering love for others? Whey is this sort of love so rare in our culture?

 

  1. Can you think of a time when someone showed you this sort of persevering love as they faithfully pressed you into Christ? How has God used that in your life?

 

  1. Now that we have completed our walk through the 4 P’s of this statement, what are you convicted to do as a first step toward pursuing God’s agenda?
 
 

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Week of September 11, 2022

This Week’s Passages: John 15:1-8
 
Use this daily guide to help you internalize this week’s passage and message.
 
KNOW: What does God intend for me to know?
In a journal, use the following prompts to write some truths that stood out from this week’s message:
I never knew…
I was reminded…
A question I still have…
I was challenged…
I was convicted…
A truth I could share is…
I was encouraged to…
I need to dig deeper into…
 
BE (CONSIDER): What does God’s Word lead me to prayerfully consider?
In your journal, use the following questions to write some prompts to use n praying through this week’s passage:
Is there a command to obey?
How am I compelled to exalt God?
Is there a promise to claim?
Is there a principle to follow?
Is there an example to follow?
Am I convicted to confess any sin?
Is there a sin to avoid?
How do I need to rest in Jesus/the gospel?
How can I pray for someone else?
What am I compelled to love or desire?
 
DO (YIELD): How does God’s Word Call me to yield my life?
In your journal, write your answers and thoughts in response to the following questions.
  1. How does an understanding of this whole process of Christian growth and maturity open to us the fullness of what the gospel really is?

 

  1. How does fervency in prayer and fervency to speak the Word into the lives of others go hand in hand?

 

  1. I heard it said very recently, “every believer should have intentional relationships with (1) someone much more mature in Christ, (2) someone at about the same point in their walk, and (3) someone who is ‘younger’ in the faith.” Do you agree? What is the purpose for each? Is this true for you?
 
 
 

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Week of September 4, 2022

This Week’s Passages: Discipleship Series/Various Passages
 
Use this daily guide to help you internalize this week’s passage & message!
 
KNOW: What does God intend for me to know?
In a journal, use the following prompts to write some truths that stood out from this week’s message:
I never knew…
I was reminded…
A question I still have…
I was challenged…
I was convicted…
A truth I could share is…
I was encouraged to…
I need to dig deeper into…
 
BE (CONSIDER): What does God’s Word lead me to prayerfully consider?
In your journal, use the following questions to write some prompts to use n praying through this week’s passage:
Is there a command to obey?
How am I compelled to exalt God?
Is there a promise to claim?
Is there a principle to follow?
Is there an example to follow?
Am I convicted to confess any sin?
Is there a sin to avoid?
How do I need to rest in Jesus/the gospel?
How can I pray for someone else?
What am I compelled to love or desire?
 
DO (YIELD): How does God’s Word Call me to yield my life?
In your journal, write your answers and thoughts in response to the following questions.
  1. Can you recall a specific time when a brother or sister in Christ encouraged, exhorted, or even confronted you by speaking the Word into your life in a way that pressed you more deeply into Christ?

 

  1. What is the most difficult aspect of “truthing” together, or intentionally speaking God’s Word into the lives of others? Can you say that you have grown in your ability to do that as you have progressed in your walk with Christ?

 

  1. How has this aspect of our study helped you gain a clearer picture of what it means for God’s Word to “dwell within us?” What is your first step, personally, in pursuing that vision?
 
 

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