Have you ever felt like you didn’t deserve God’s grace? In todays sermon, Jeremiah Way, a member of our Elder Board at Discovery, draws on 1 Timothy 1:12-20 to explore how even Paul, who persecuted Christians, was shown mercy and appointed to serve God.
Jeremiah unpacks how we all have a ministry, a calling from God, whether public or private. He challenges us to rely on God’s strength for our ministry and pursue him, not shipwrecking our faith. Reflecting on his recent trip to Germany, he notes the apathy many have towards Christianity and calls us to stand firm in our faith.
Processing a sermon with reflection and discussion is key to applying God’s word in our lives. That’s why we’re providing thought-provoking questions to dig deeper into Jeremiah Way’s impactful message “Judged Faithful and Received Mercy.”
In this episode, we’ll share 5 questions to prayerfully consider yourself or discuss with a small group. How has God’s overflowing grace changed you? What ministry has God appointed you to? How can you stand firm in your faith when the world seems apathetic to Christianity?
Join us as we explore how even Paul, who persecuted Christians, was shown mercy and called to serve. Be encouraged to rely on God’s strength for your calling. Together let’s unpack 1 Timothy 1:12-20 and how we have all received mercy.
The 5 questions we’ll dive into:
- Do you ever feel like you don’t deserve God’s grace and mercy?
- What ministry or service has God appointed you to?
- How can you stand firm in your faith when the world around you is apathetic or hostile to Christianity?
- What are some ways we can reach the lost around us with Jesus?
- What is one thing you can do to grow in your knowledge of God and the Bible?
Get ready to practically apply this timely sermon!