Touching Base 27
Time to take a moment to reflect upon what you have been reading for the past week. The lesson has taken us back to a focus on the importance of God’s Word. In what ways does God’s Word influence you on a daily basis?
If necessary, go back and read anything you received this week that you want to review … or that you missed!
What is your current plan for reading God’s Word on a regular basis?
What kind of accountability have your included in your plan? Without some type of accountability, your plan may soon become just a good idea.
It is interesting that immediately following our lesson on reading God’s Word, Beth Yoe included this quote from Charles Spurgeon in her devotional, “If you wish to know God, you must know his Word. If you wish to perceive His power, you must see how He works by his Word. If you wish to know His purpose before it comes to pass, you can only discover it by His Word.”
In what ways are you seeking to knowing God through His Word?
In what ways are you experiencing God’s power?
What are you learning about God’s purposes through His Word?
In “God Has a Perfect Plan,” Beth Yoe included these words from Hudson Taylor, “God’s work done in God’s way will never lack God’s supply.”
What in your life specifically represents God’s work?
Are you pursuing it in God’s way?
In what ways are you experiencing God’s supply?
What steps do you need to take in order to experience God’s work, God’s way, and God’s supply?
In what ways are you currently following Jesus?
Go a Step Beyond
This week’s devotionals discussed passages in the Bible that describe events leading up to Jesus’ death. Take a moment to reflect on the reality of Jesus’ death as you watch this week’s recommended online resource.
Why He Died @ https://jesusonline.com/pvideo-why-he-died/
Write It on Your Heart
Take a few minutes to memorize these verses:
“For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways,” declares the LORD. “As the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts.” (Isaiah 55:8-9)