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#flmobs Chapter 1, Days 1&2

Posted on June 7, 2017 at 4:15 PM

Welcome back Ladies! 

We've started off with a bang this week, studying God's Word through this book, Chapter 1, Days 1 & 2. Thank you for commenting on the blog. I hope you've completed the homework and spent some time with the Lord. I especially hope that you've identified your "sweet sorrow." Sometimes it's painful to dig up something like that, but that's the only way we can offer it up to the Lord and allow Him to heal it. 

Here's the video link for this week, discussing Days 1&2. 


 

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I pray that the Bread of LIFE sustains and satifies your spirit this week.

This week, move on to complete Days 3&4 and also read the assigned chapters of the book of John from Day 5.


Luvurfaces,

Dana


Questions:

1. What was the most meaningful moment for you this week? It may be a Bible verse, principle, revelation, new understanding or conviction.

2. Can you identify with Lysa's story on p. 14-15? Have you been in such a spiritually exhausting place? How did you find your way out? Or maybe you're there now. 

 

3.Jesus is "the bread of life." How would you personalize this statement?

4.. In what way has the enemy been tempting you to satisfy physical and emotional needs and kept you from pursing that zoe life we've been reading about? (p.19)

5. On a scale of 0-10, Where are you on the THANKFULNESS scale?

6. Can you think of a time when your heart was a bit hardened and how that caused you to miss God?

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Reply Ashley
12:24 PM on June 12, 2017 
1. One thing that I took away from the study of bread was how much work went into making bread. It reminded me that there's always a level of work involved in provision.
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9:36 PM on June 13, 2017 
Ashley says...
1. One thing that I took away from the study of bread was how much work went into making bread. It reminded me that there's always a level of work involved in provision.


Indeed.