Touching Base 52

Take a few moments to think about all that you have learned about God’s love! What difference is that knowledge making in your life? How is God’s love flowing through you to those around you?

If necessary, go back and read anything you received this past week that you want to reconsider … or that you missed!


Quick Links

Lesson: The Power of Love: “Love Conquers All”
Follow Me
True Authority
Work to Do


Our lesson this week was about how God’s love conquers all!

In what way are you currently living as a conqueror?

In what way is God’s love conquering the challenges in your life?

Which of the devotionals this week was most meaningful to you?

In what way are you currently following God’s plans and purposes for your life?

In “True Authority,” Beth Yoe wrote:

As disciples of Jesus we are to have a limitless confidence in our Lord’s authority. We are not to lean upon our own limited resources, abilities, and knowledge.

In what areas of your life do you have limitless confidence in Christ’s authority?

In what ways do you lean on your own resources? Your own abilities? Your own knowledge?

What step of faith do you need to take to experience more confidence in Christ’s authority?

In “Healing,” Beth wrote:

Are we not all in that predicament—hurting, or weak, or failing? Do we not all need a healing touch from the Master’s hand? God’s healing covers the great gamut of spiritual, emotional and physical needs–hallelujah for that!

In what ways have you experienced God’s healing?

Is there something in your life right now that you need healing from? Ask God to intervene in your life, today!

In “Prayer,” Beth quoted William Mountford: “Let God do with me whatever He will.”

If you were really going to live out William Mountford’s words, what do you think it might mean for your life?

Are there parts of your life that you are keeping from God? Ask the Holy Spirit to give you the courage and strength to open up all of your life to Him.

Go a Step Beyond

Francis Chan

Stop and Think (the Movie)

Write It on Your Heart

Take a few minutes to memorize this verse:

“Come, follow me.” (Mark 1:17)