Weekly Reading for April 1 – 7
Preparing for Next Week’s Message
Sermon Series: Supernatural
Sermon Title: God Still Breaks Into History and Our Lives! Understanding the Miraculous
This reading plan will get your heart and mind set for the next message on April 8, 2018:
- SUNDAY: Genesis 1-2,
- MONDAY: 1 Kings 17-18,
- TUESDAY: 2 Kings 4-6:23,
- WEDNESDAY: Daniel 3, Daniel 6,
- THURSDAY: Matthew 8-9,
- FRIDAY: Matthew 27-28,
- SATURDAY: Acts 2, Acts 10, Acts 16,
Reflecting on the Most Recent Sermon
Sermon Series: Real Jesus
Sermon Title: Real Death and Real Resurrection
Delivered On: April 1, 2018
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Memorize and Reflect
He is not here; He has risen! ([bible]Luke 24:6[/bible])
Thank Jesus for coming to this earth, dying on the cross in your place, and bearing the full payment for your sins. Celebrate the reality that Jesus is risen, alive, and part of your life.
“Live It!” Challenge
Pay Attention Christians know that Jesus not only rose from the dead, but He is still alive today! Take time this week to pay attention to where Jesus is present in your life and the world. Where do you feel the power of Jesus within you? Where do you see His grace? Where is His love alive? Seek to notice the presence of Jesus through the flow of your week. Then, give Him praise for being alive and near you.
Small Group Discussion
Tell about your favorite story of Jesus’ life. What do you learn about Jesus in this story?
Jesus was fully God, but he was also fully human. He died in our place and felt all we would have felt. What did Jesus suffer physically on the cross?
What did Jesus suffer emotionally and relationally when he walked to the cross and died for us?
What did he suffer spiritually to pay the price for your salvation?
What hope and promises do we have because Jesus rose from the dead?
The resurrection power of Jesus is unleashed in our life when we place our faith in Him. How have you experienced the power and presence of the resurrection of Lord Jesus in your life over this past year?
Where do you need to experience greater awareness that Christ is risen in your life as you look at the coming months? How can your group members pray for you?