Weekly Reading for June 6 – June 12
Preparing for Next Week’s MessageSermon Series: Big Prayers
Sermon Title: The Church… Praying for Our Brothers and Sisters
This reading plan will get your heart and mind set for the next message on June 13, 2021:
- SUNDAY: John 17,
- MONDAY: Psalm 145,
- TUESDAY: Psalma 146, Psalms 147,
- WEDNESDAY: John 17,
- THURSDAY: Philippians 1,
- FRIDAY: Matthew 9,
- SATURDAY: John 17,
Reflecting on the Most Recent SermonSermon Series: Big Prayers
Sermon Title: God...The Focus of our prayers
Delivered On: June 6, 2021
VIEW SERMON NOTES
Memorize and ReflectJohn 17:3 "Now this is eternal life: that they know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom you have sent."
Prayer DirectionLift up a prayer of praise for God’s presence and power. Ask God to help his people live and walk in unity. Pray for lost people who are far from Jesus to come to faith in the Savior.
“Live It!” ChallengePray with Jesus – Read John 17 closely and highlight or write down the main things Jesus focuses on in this powerful prayer. Then, pray for each of these in the coming week.
Small Group Discussion
Who taught you to pray and how has your understanding of prayer grown over the time you have been a follower of Jesus?
Read: John 17:1-5 - How can keeping your eyes open while you pray, help you pray with greater focus and passion?
Why is it important to know God is an accessible and loving Father when we pray?
When you think of the glory of God, what comes to mind? How can you pray for God to be glorified in your life, home, and our world?
Who is a person you love and care about who still does not have faith in Jesus? How can your group members pray for you as you seek to share the amazing good news of Jesus with this person?
What is God’s mission for your life? Tell about one or two things you know God wants you to do and accomplish for His glory.
What does it mean to pray in the name of Jesus and why is it so important to keep our prayers centered on Jesus and His will?
What are times and places you like to pray and why do these situations and locations help you go deeper in prayer?