Dangerous Prayers: Send Me!

Worship: Listen to the song “Move” by Jesus Culture Worship. Pray back to God what stood out to you.

Check-In: What one thing did God speak to you about from the week of prayer and fasting.

Purpose for the session: To be available to God’s call.

Bible readings: John 4:35 (NIV, TPT), Philippians 2:13 (TPT), Luke 10, 2 Corinthians 12:9, Jonah 1,  Exodus 3:13-14; 4:10-13, Isaiah 6:8 and Matthew 6:33

Group Discussion: 

  1. Share what your ‘dangerous prayer’ is from the Sunday sermon?
  2. As you read about Jonah, Moses and Isaiah and their responses to God about ‘going’, what stands out to you about how they counted the costs ‘to go’? 
  3. Read John 4:35 (NIV/TPT). The harvest is ripe! What do you see when you look at those in your world (home, workplace, varsity)? What could ‘go’ look like for you?
  4. We have an urgent call “to go” (Luke 10:2-3) – how’s your heart, your availability and your obedience? What are your excuses to not go?
  5. In Philippians 2:13 (TPT) it says that God implants the passion and desire to do what pleases Him. What is your part in this – or will God just do everything?
  6. His grace is enough (2 Corinthians 12:9), He gives us the strength and power to do it! Share with the group how you are going to make yourself available for God to use you in 2020. 

Check out and prayer time:  Pair up and pray for one another about what stood out to you in the session. Ask the Holy Spirit to help you in your daily life in the coming week to have a fresh hunger to reach people far from God. 

Others:  Ask the Holy Spirit to prompt you regarding people – to see those around you, to be aware of their needs as you seek to do God’s will in your home, workplace and varsity. Look for practical opportunities to show God’s love as you walk in His grace and power.  Pray for our Missionaries that they would know the grace and power of God as they reach those who don’t yet have a relationship with Him.

Going deeper during the week:  Journal the Scriptures above in the Bible reading – asking God to highlight to you one thing He is asking of you. Share that with someone from the group as you make yourself available to God to be used by Him.  Devotionals that are focused on others: https://my.bible.com/reading-plans/17848-prayers-for-your-neighborhood/day/1, https://my.bible.com/reading-plans/12081, https://my.bible.com/reading-plans/17879 

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