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Sunday, October 08, 2017

Small & Now

Carey Higgins

Missionary in Residence

This week Carey Higgins discusses with us a Psalm 78 and focuses in on verses 1-4. Through these scriptures he helps us to understand how WE are a community, what level is our own personal commitment, how do we communicate, the drive of continuity, and how to seek contentment.
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Small and Now

Psalm 78:1-4

Key verse Psalm 78:4b “We will tell the next generation
the praiseworthy deeds of the Lord, his power, and the wonders he has done.

I           ______________________________

Old Testament ____________________

New Testament ___________________

We are a ____________ of the _______

II          ______________________________

III         ______________________________

Matt. 5:13-16 We are ________ and ________

2 or. 2:14 We have an ___________________

IV         ______________________________

Mark 1:13-16

V          ______________________________

John 9 The man born blind

What has God done in your life?

__________________                        _________________

__________________                        __________________

Start ______________  but    start ______________

 

This Week’s Reading Assignment

 

Read each daily portion and follow the steps of the SOAP method outlined below. These may also be discussion points for Fusion Groups this week as well.

S – Scripture (The portion selected is small, but profound)

O – Observation (What struck you as significant in the text)

A – Application (How does this lesson apply to you?)

P – Prayer (Ask God to transform your life and mindset)

Sun.                        Psalm 78:1-8

Mon.                       Psalm 78:9-16

Tues.                      Psalm 78:17-31

Wed.                       Psalm 78:32-39

Thurs.                     Psalm 78:40-53

Fri.                          Psalm 78:54-64

Sat.                         Psalm 78:65-72

Scripture Reference

Psalms

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