3/22 - Discussion Guide

SHOCKED, NOT SHAKEN

CONVERSATION STARTERS
When hard times come into your life, what are some of your typical responses? Do these responses help you to be unshakeable like John 16:33? Why or why not?

LIVING AN UNSHAKEABLE LIFE:
Pastor Josh said our first step to living an unshakable life is to cry out to God. What are some ways that you use to call on God in times of trouble? How do those actions improve your outlook or circumstances?

MAKE IT PERSONAL
What are some other thoughts that you have after listening to today’s message?

In hard times, it can be difficult to count on God, why do you think that is and how do you combat those reactions?

ACT ON IT
Connecting in strong relationships, like we are doing in our watch party, builds our faith and encourage us. In a world where isolation is a part of our current lifestyle, how are you staying connected to the people that matter most to you?

When we stand firm in the confidence found in Jesus we will prosper and excel in every season. How will this truth impact your outlook in the midst of your current circumstances?

PRAYER REQUESTS AND PRAY
How can I pray for you?

1 Comment


David Wygal - March 24th, 2020 at 7:24am

Being a single dad, but of an older child of 11, conversations with the current situation are more in depth than her younger version. So I find myself realizing more and "feeding" off of my reaction in any pandemic, ie. if I ran , she would run, if I'm frightened, she's frightened.

I meditate on His word and I'm reminded that this is not the first time we have ever faced adversity in our lives, nor will we ever again. I remind Ava God is the creator and that same creator lives in her.

It's funny because even when I'm human and sometimes I as an adult freak out. Ava reminds of the very same God we serve. Ahh, so she Is listening..lol awesomeness.

Thanks for listening pray for people to not lose focus on God, especially when we need Him first