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Every week, it’s our goal to provide you with some questions to process the message deeper, either personally, or with a small group. Here are some questions for you to consider from this week’s message, “More of The Miracle and The Message”, part 5 of the Power-FULL message series, with Pastor Shawn M. Shoup.
- Acts 6, 7, and 8 TPT
TALK IT OUT
Discuss these questions with someone—maybe a family member, friend, or member of your Connect Group. Use a communication method that works best for your situation.
Find a conversation starter for your group.
- The Hills Alive Music Festival is just around the corner. Who are you most looking forward to seeing this year?
Ask a question to get your group thinking.
- Have you ever prayed for a miracle that didn’t happen?
- What did you think as we recounted the story of Stephen this weekend, in light of praying for miracles? Did it give you a new perspective at all?
Choose a question to create openness.
- What do you think about the sovereignty of God?
- Is God always just and fair? Can you trust Him to work all things out for good?
- What do you think about the statement: “When God is involved, there will always be a miracle”?
Be bold and pray with power.
God, thank you for your grace and understanding when things don’t happen the way I want or expect them to. Help me to see that you are still working a miracle, even though I may not see it with my eyes. You are a good Father, and I trust that you will work all things out for my good. Amen.
Commit to a step and live it out this week.
- Don’t stop asking God for miracles in your life!
- Ask God to help you understand His plan is good when it doesn’t work out the way that you hoped.
- Elevate the Gospel story over your circumstance.
- Ask God to give you the grace to suffer well.