Seven Words: YOUR
March 12, 2017
In this season of Lent we find a glimpse of Jesus' true passion as his death draws near. And when looking down from the cross at his dearest friend and cherished mother, what Jesus spoke to them still speaks to us yet today. Join us this weekend in worship as we discover all over again the unimaginable invitation Jesus extends to us all.
Seven Words: YOUR
● God’s Story is YOUR story.
- Luke 2:34-35
- Genesis 3:8
● God’s invitation is YOUR invitation.
- 2 Timothy 4:4-6
● God’s table is YOUR Table.
See this week’s JOURNALING FORWARD questions for deeper reflection.
In this season of Lent we find a glimpse of Jesus’ true passion as his death draws near. And when looking down from the cross at his dearest friend and cherished mother, what Jesus spoke to them still speaks to us yet today. Discover all over again the unimaginable invitation Jesus extends to us all.
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MONDAY: Luke 2:41-52
How are you doing in terms of “being in your heavenly Father’s house”? Are you living close enough to God to listen in and learn? How might you hang a little closer today?
TUESDAY: Luke 11:27-28
If Jesus needed a human to recognize his voice and obey a directive, would he choose you? How are your listening and obedience skills?
WEDNESDAY: John 13:21-25
Which disciple or Bible character do you most like and why? Have you ever stopped trusting and taken matters into your own hands?
THURSDAY: Matthew 10:28-31
Why do you suppose Jesus used our hair count as a measure of God’s care? Do you struggle with fear and anxiety? How can you rest more fully into God’s knowledge of and care for you today?
FRIDAY: Romans 8:31-39
Have you considered how your decisions and actions affect those around you - as well as God? What gesture or gift could you offer today to assure someone they are not alone - and ultimately bless you and God as well?
SATURDAY: John 19:26-27
Describe the last time you had a wake-up call with an unexpected accident or death of a loved one. How has it changed you? Are there more changes you need to make in light of the brevity and beauty of life?
SUNDAY: Matthew 27:46
When you fail God are you tempted to feel God has left you? Write down your gratefulness to God for never leaving you alone or unloved.
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