Sunday to Monday | Build More Bridges

On Sunday, Pastor Dave emphasized through his sermon that God has a plan for your life even in the midst of suffering.  We can be assured, as Rev. Emily Heath says, "I know God will be there tomorrow, because I know that where ever there is hope, there is God. And while the flood ‘was’, God ‘is’ and God ‘will be’."

Here's some questions to think about this week:

  • After his team won the Super Bowl, Ray Lewis said, “When God is for you, who can be against you?” Did God like one Harbough brother coach more than the other? (Luke 13:2-5)
  • What do you think of the phrase, “It’s part of God’s plan?” Evil, suffering, murder, and madness are never part of God’s plan. God offers us repentance that we might be turned away from such ways. (Luke 13:3,5)
  • Ponder the words of Rev. Emily Heath, whose Vermont church was destroyed in hurricane Irene: “I know God will be there tomorrow, because I know that wherever there is hope, there is God. And while the flood ‘was,’ God ‘is’ and God will be.”
  • God has a plan for your life? This is God’s plan for your life: Got any rivers you think are uncrossable? God any mountains you can’t tunnel through? God specializes in things thought impossible. God does things that others cannot do. Pray that such truth might daily transform your life.
  • Engage the “sticky faith” resource we are using this Lent at GGCC. You may find the resources at stickyfaith.org.


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