Weekly Reading for September 25 – October 1
Preparing for Next Week’s MessageSermon Series: Guest Pastor Dave Lantz
Sermon Title: Recharge
This reading plan will get your heart and mind set for the next message on October 2, 2022:
- SUNDAY: James 1,
- MONDAY: Matthew 4,
- TUESDAY: Matthew 13,
- WEDNESDAY: Psalm 19,
- THURSDAY: Hebrews 12,
- FRIDAY: James 3,
- SATURDAY: James 1,
Reflecting on the Most Recent SermonSermon Series: Teaching by Pastor Kevin, Pastor Brandon, Pastor Roy, and Pastor Keith
Sermon Title: Celebrating God's Goodness
Delivered On: September 25, 2022
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Memorize and ReflectPsalm 107:1 Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; his love endures forever.
Prayer DirectionThank your heavenly Father for giving you life and breath. Praise Jesus for laying down His life for you. Rejoice in the hope of heaven you have because of your faith in Jesus.
“Live It!” ChallengeNotice the Work of the Master Artist – Take time this week to find three or four things in creation that God has made that are beautiful, surprising, or complex. Take a picture and share it with someone. Give a caption like, “Look What God Made,” or “God Did It Again!
Small Group Discussion
What is something God did this past month that made you rejoice and celebrate?
What is something about Shoreline Church that brings joy and encouragement to your heart? Share this with someone during the coming week.
Read: Psalm 139:13-16. What do you learn about God’s care and closeness to you in this passage?
If God cares this much about each person He makes, how should this impact the way we treat the people around us (from the womb to the end of their life)?
Read: Deuteronomy 6:4-9. What is the call of each generation of believer to pass on faith to the next generation?
What are some specific and practical ways we can impact the next generation with our faith?
Read: John 3:1-8. What do you learn from the conversation between Jesus and Nicodemus?
What are some of the signs that God is alive in a person and they have been born again through the grace of Jesus?
How can we celebrate our new life in Jesus?
Read: Revelation 21:22-27. What are some of the things we can look forward to in heaven some day? How does this give hope and strength for today?