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2 Peter: Don't Forget 2019 2020 Advent 2016 Culture or the Cross Devotional Devotional Message Dr Jay Klopfenstein Easter Easter Sunday Encounters with Jesus Family Sunday Following Jesus Guest Speaker Habakkuk: Trusting God in Troubled Times Hot Topics Humility Jay Klopenstein Jay Klopfenstein Lessons in Wisdom O Come Let Us Adore Him Our House Pastor Brandon Chism Pastor Peter Andersen Pastor Tom Dages Pastor Zach Bearss Peter Andersen Poured Out prayer walk Proverbs Reflections Reshaped Resurrection Life Sermons Straight Talk Summer in the Psalms The Answer The Heart of Jesus The Lord's Prayer Tom Dages unfinished hope Vision Sunday We Are The Church Work: That Thing You Do Zach Bearss
Nehemiah 1, 2:1-7 Deut 30: 3-5 Luke 19:37-41
Connect: What was the hymn that made the most impression to you growing up? If you did not grow up with hymns or any church music – was there a song that comforted you, and why did it comfort you? Is there a song now that comes to mind that ministers to you, and how does it minister to you?
Engage: Was there anything that stuck out to you as you listened to Zach’s sermon? One thought or idea that struck you?
There were several things that Nehemiah did – He acknowledged who God was Are you able to acknowledge who God is when things are hard? Why or why not? What attribute about God do you hang too when things are hard?
He confessed corporate sin “our sin” Are there areas today that we should be confessing corporate sin for the world?
He was also brave when Nehemiah was with the King – being vulnerable about his heart ache for his people. Have you ever had a situation where you have had to be brave in a hard situation. What was that like for you?
What have you heard lately that has broken your heart? Where has your heart grown cold?
Where have you wept over the world right now? What is your response to that grief?
What in your life your life is requiring great courage?
Apply: What is one area that the Lord is asking to do after hearing this sermon? Is there an area of your life where the Lord is asking you to take a step of faith?