God used two of Jesus’ own disciples to give us a very important example of what a follower of Christ should be like. When Andrew and Philip met Jesus, they didn’t just follow after Him and keep it to themselves… they went and found others who needed to meet Jesus, too. Key Scripture John 1:35–49 Discussion Questions Don’t be afraid to add to this list, skip questions that don’t work for your group, or branch off with additional questions as…
She didn’t know going to the well that day was a Divine appointment with the Savior of the world. She just needed water for the day, but Jesus showed her He could provide what she needed for all eternity. And after that one meeting at the well, her mission became clear… tell everyone she knew to come and see what Jesus had done. Key Scripture John 4:1–42 Discussion Questions Don’t be afraid to add to this list, skip questions that…
Changed… Different… Set apart. It’s what God wants us to be. The saying “God loves you just the way you are” is true… He really does. But that’s not the end; it’s just the beginning. Because God loves us far too much to leave us that way.
When it comes to power, “all” is the word to describe our God. He is all-powerful. We want power, and we strive for power, but we’ll never come close to having—or even fully comprehending “The Power of God.” His power wasn’t attained, it isn’t just a part of Him, and He doesn’t turn it on and off… God’s power is Who He is… 100% of the time.
ove of God.” And though we use it to describe human emotion, it pales in comparison to the reality of our God. He doesn’t just feel love or say, love… He is love. He doesn’t grow to love or quit loving… He is love. His love knows no limits, and it’s never conditional. And the second we are tempted to question “The Love of God,” He reminds us we need only to look to the Cross.
But “The Mercy of God” is anything but simple. It’s vast… incomprehensible… and God wants us to understand it so we can begin to change the way we see Him and interact with others.
God is love… God is merciful… God is just and so much more. But in the Bible, there is only one attribute of God that He wanted to be emphasized above the rest. Because it’s His holiness that is at the very center of who He is. It’s out of His holiness that everything else flows. And it’s only when we begin to grasp “The Holiness of God”, that we can see ourselves as we really are.
Baptism has nothing to do with receiving salvation. But don’t miss this… for the believer, it’s what God expects of each of us.
God is…love…holy…powerful…faithful…all of this and infinitely more.