Touching Base 38

Over the past couple of weeks we have focused on the death and resurrection of Jesus. What difference is the reality of the risen Christ making in your life?

If you missed any information this week or want to reconsider something, take a moment to access that material through the “Quick Links” section.


Quick Links

New Life in Christ Lesson 37: What Does It Mean to “Ask, Seek, and Knock”?
God’s Great Mercy
The Lost Sheep
The Lost Coin
The Prodigal Son



This week’s lesson focused on the “I AM” statements of Jesus:

• “I AM the bread of life.”
• “I AM the light of the world”
• “I AM the good shepherd.”
• “I AM the door.”
• “I AM the resurrection and the life.”
• “I AM the way … truth … and the life.”
• “I AM the vine.”

Which one of these statements is most real to you at this point in your life?

Which one of these statements do you need to learn more about from God’s Word?


Beth Yoe focused this week on Jesus’ post-resurrection appearances

Why do you think these appearances are important in the biblical narrative?

What did you learn this week about Jesus as you read through the Bible verses and Beth’s observations?


In “A Special Blessing,” Beth Yoe included these words from Joni Erickson Tada: “God doesn’t just give us grace; He gives us Jesus, the Lord of grace.”

Why do think Joni makes this distinction?

In what ways have you experienced the Lord of grace?

What one principle can you apply to your life from this week’s devotionals?


Write It on Your Heart

Take a few minutes to memorize this verse:

“For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened. (Matthew 7:8)