SERIES: Raise Your Voice: Speaking Vertically in a Volume-obsessed World
SERMON: Show Me | Exodus 33:12-23
TEACHER: Ryan Paulson, Lead Pastor
In this five-week sermon series, RAISE YOUR VOICE: Speaking Vertically in a Volume-obsessed World, Lead Pastor Ryan Paulson will lead us through various Scriptures which focus on different aspects of prayer. This first message in the series is from the book of Exodus 33:12-23.
Following is a guide that will help you and your family engage in this time of worship during, following and in the week to come. We are glad you have joined us on the journey!
Let’s start by worshiping the Lord together. See the On-Campus lyrics tab below, or CLICK HERE for a printable file (PDF) of the worship lyrics.
As we conclude our service, consider these questions:
Reflect: Take a moment to think about what from the passage and message impacted you most.
Share: What verses or points made an impact on you today and why?
Pray: Have one person pray a blessing over the group.
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Keep Growing …
In light of this weekend’s sermon, following are some ways that we can continue to grow in our relationship with Jesus both personally and in connection with others. (To join or lead a Life Group or to access leader’s notes visit here: Life Groups Online.)
Discuss: Life Group Questions
1. Would you rather travel back in time to meet your ancestors or to the future to meet your descendants? Why?
2. There are three things Moses does which allows him to experience the presence of God in his life. What are they and how does each bring a word of encouragement and challenge to you?
3. Does one of the three seem to stand out as being of more importance than the other two? If so, which one? And why? And what can you do by way of response to work more of it into your life?
Using the practice of Lectio Divina, meditate on Psalm 63.
Psalm 63:1, 5.
“Father, please show me your ways and your glory! Amen”
As you look at the people God has placed and positioned in your life (both believers and unbelievers), prayerfully consider what it would mean to pick one person from each category and to reject apathy, pray boldly and respond obediently.
Study Psalm 63. Or access our daily devotional guide, The Daily Fill.
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