Apr 11, 2021
God of Everything 1 Samuel 1:1-20
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  • Apr 11, 2021God of Everything 1 Samuel 1:1-20
    Apr 11, 2021
    God of Everything 1 Samuel 1:1-20
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    Apr 4, 2021
    Garden Triumph
  • Apr 2, 2021The Garden Test
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    The Garden Test
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    Mar 28, 2021
    Behold Your King
    “Behold Your King” – Zechariah 9:9-13 You Review Zechariah 9:9-13. How does this speak to your life? • Think about the time when you became a Christian. What were you looking for and how did God “come to you”? In what ways was God exactly what you wanted, and in what ways is God the One you needed but not the One you were searching for? Church What implications does Zechariah 9:9-13 have for us as a church community? • Zechariah uses the singular tense to refer to Israel (i.e. “daughter”, “you”, “your” are all singular). What does this mean for your personal journey as a believer who is also part of a single “whole” called the Church? In what ways does this threaten and strengthen your individual faith? What part can you play in serving the Body of Christ? City How does this passage speak to our city? • Jesus came to those who would never come to him. How can Redeemer be more effective at reaching those in our region that are neither looking for Jesus nor are aware of their need of Jesus?
  • Mar 21, 2021A Final Word
    Mar 21, 2021
    A Final Word
    “A Final Word” – Matthew 7:21-29 You Review Matthew 7:21-29. How does this speak to your life? • What, if it was robbed from you, would lead to your feeling lost, worthless and as if life lost its meaning? Be honest. • What in our passage scares you? Comforts you? Challenges you? Why? Church What implications does Matthew 7:21-29 have for us as a church community? • Jesus says that “many will say” that they have lived as Christians but have not known him (Jesus) at all. How can Redeemer help ensure that fewer “believers” live in this sort of delusion? City How does this passage speak to our city? • If there is only one foundation (Jesus) that we can build on which can bear the weight of our hopes, fears and needs, then how does the church model and proclaim this truth to a world that not only doesn’t trust Jesus, but is skeptical of anyone’s ability and right to tell them how to live?