WEDNESDAY WORSHIP NOTES FOR JUNE 16, 2021

Series: The "I AM" sayings of Jesus - Week 3 of 7


Wednesday, June 16, 2021 - "I AM the Door/Gate"


READ

The Gospel of John 10:1-10


REFLECT 

1: Name a few fears you have:

 2: On a scale of 1-10, 1 = no fear and 10 = fear all the time, how much fear do you experience?

3: What kinds of objects, habits, or preoccupations do you have that seek to take away fear or the power of fear in your life, but which, do not?


RESPOND 

Jesus describes himself as “the door” or “the gate.” That can mean we need not live continually in fear. He is present with us to save us from overpowering fear. Name people or good practices in your life that help you manage fear that can be overpowering.



PRAY

Thank God for God’s promise to you that nothing will remove you from belonging to God. Pray about what gives you overpowering fear and for ways you can reach out to others to help you understand, manage, and live a life without overpowering fear.

WEDNESDAY WORSHIP NOTES FOR JUNE 9, 2021

Series: The "I AM" sayings of Jesus - Week 2 of 7


Wednesday, June 9, 2021 - "I AM the Light of the World"


READ

The Gospel of John 8:12-20


REFLECT 

1: When do you recall needing literal light in your life?  What was happening?  Who was there?  What did you need to do?

2: Jesus refers to himself as the “Light of the World.”  How has Jesus’ presence in your life helped you “see” or understand what you needed to “see” or understand about life?


RESPOND 

What kind of “lights” in your life do not give you light? Which are too “dim” to serve you well? 


PRAY 

For what or for whom will you pray, that Jesus’ light and influence will grow in their life or in that circumstance? 

Wednesday Worship Notes for June 2, 2021

Series: The "I AM" sayings of Jesus - Week 1 of 7


Wednesday, June 2, 2021 - "I AM the Bread of Life"


READ

The Gospel of John 6:25-38


REFLECT

1: When was a time you looked to something that you truly thought would satisfy and left you still wanting more?

2: Do you think that Jesus, the bread of life, can truly satisfy you? How?

3: If Jesus really does satisfy our hunger, why do we resist him?

 

RESPOND

What are things that you can begin doing today to make sure that you stay satisfied with Jesus?


PRAY

Maybe you feel empty today. Or, like a child who’s had too much candy, you may ache from being full on the wrong things. Jesus’ promise to us today, and every day, is that he will fill us so that we will never be hungry again. He will satisfy us so we will never thirst again. Whether asking to move our affections away from something, or to become more aware of God, spend time asking God to what he promised: the complete satisfaction of your life. 

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