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Series: The Psalms | Seekers and Strugglers
This week: thanksLiving
Passage: Psalm 34
Speakers: Pastor Erwin and Pastor Jason
Passages to read together: Psalm 34:1-11, 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18, John 16:33, James 1:2-4
What does God tell us about Himself in this reading?
What does this reading tell us about people (ourselves and/or others)?
What is something I can take from this reading and live out today?
What is something from this reading that I will share with someone else?
1) Read 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18. Discuss why (or why not) the term ThanksLiving helps capture what these verses are calling us too...
2) Seeking ThanksLiving:
Talk about the idea of viewing and treating God like a remote, contracted worker.
Talk about the difference between this, and the person who is seeking hard after God.
3) ThanksLiving in hardship:
What are some things you are not thankful for? (Make a list)
With each of the things that you listed you are NOT thankful for, what can you thank God for in the midst of that thing?
4) One-Anothering through ThanksLiving: Read Psalm 34:1-3 with someone else and then:
- Boast to the other person about God’s goodness in your life.
- Listen humbly to each other. Practice gladness for each other.
- Talk together about how awesome God is. (Do this not-on-thanksgiving too!)
Set aside a bill of money and stay in prayerful openness to how God might want you to use it: to display the Kingdom and present the King...
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