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Pastor Debbie's E-Spire - March 22, 2017

How is God working in your life?

I read that question this week and wondered, even as a pastor, how often we stop to reflect on the answer. What is God doing in my life? Am I looking for signs of God showing up? Do I believe that God is ready and willing to do something? Anything? Personally, I'm a firm believer that God acts, in concrete ways, in our lives. But I don't always slow down to see and acknowledge what God has done. Though, when we do, the answers are often pretty awesome. This week, I'd like to invite you to stop and answer the question: how is God working in your life? To help you reflect, there are some additional questions below.

 

After you've identified something God is doing, I'd encourage you to identify two people (one from within the church and one from outside) you will share with, so that together you can celebrate God's faithfulness.

 

What have you seen God doing in you? Your family? Your work? Your neighborhood?

 

If you're seeing God at work, are you thanking God for God's presence, or love, or healing?

 

Are you excited about your relationship with God? If so, how might you share that with someone else? If not, what would you like to change? Have you prayed for that change?

 

If you're struggling to see God at work in your life, what seems to be the barrier? Are you spending time on your relationship? Are you talking with other Christians about what God is doing in them or how they have been able to find God in hard times? Do you have a habit or vice that takes priority over God and detracts from how God might be at work in you?


Peace and Grace

Pastor Debbie

 

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