July 30 – August 5

Weekly Reading for July 30 – August 5

Preparing for Next Week’s Message

Sermon Series: Psalms Mixtape
Sermon Title: Living the Presence

This reading plan will get your heart and mind set for the next message on August 6, 2017:


Reflecting on the Most Recent Sermon

Sermon Series: Psalms Mixtape
Sermon Title: I Wanna Say Thank You
Delivered On: July 30, 2017

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Memorize and Reflect

Praise the Lord, my soul; all my inmost being, praise his holy name. Praise the Lord, my soul, and forget not all his benefits ([bible]Psalm 103:1-2[/bible])


Prayer Direction

Read through [bible]Psalm 103[/bible] and thank God for His forgiveness, healing, redemption, patience, compassion, grace, mercy, and provision specifically as it applies to your life.


“Live It!” Challenge

Flip the Script - This week, every time you feel frustrated by your circumstances, make a deliberate effort to stop and thank God for a blessing in your life. For example, if you get a flat tire, stop and thank God you have a car.


Small Group Discussion

  1. Read: Psalm 103:1-2 Why are we reminded to not forget the benefits of God?

  2. Is it easy for you to forget the benefits of God? Why? Why not?

  3. Read: Psalm 103:3-19 As you read through this list of “benefits,” which ones stand out to you? Which one or two are most meaningful to you? Why?

  4. Are there other benefits that aren’t listed? Are there benefits that are unique to your life? Share some.

  5. When you recognize the benefits of following God, what is your natural response?

  6. What does this chapter tell us about God’s love of us?

  7. How should our lives reflect God’s love?

  8. What practical step will you take to remember the benefits of God or to live your life differently because of those benefits?

  9. Read: Psalm 103:1-2 Why are we reminded to not forget the benefits of God?

  10. Is it easy for you to forget the benefits of God? Why? Why not?

  11. Read: Psalm 103:3-19 As you read through this list of “benefits,” which ones stand out to you? Which one or two are most meaningful to you? Why?

  12. Are there other benefits that aren’t listed? Are there benefits that are unique to your life? Share some.

  13. When you recognize the benefits of following God, what is your natural response?

  14. What does this chapter tell us about God’s love of us?

  15. How should our lives reflect God’s love?

  16. What practical step will you take to remember the benefits of God or to live your life differently because of those benefits?