MONDAY SCHOOL for Pentecost, September 10, 2017, #1

MONDAY SCHOOL for Pentecost, September 10, 2017. #1 – thoughts from the sermon Into The Neighborhood
MORNING PRAYERS … Let’s imagine what it was like that day for the people when Jesus fed 5000.


(This was the sermon from yesterday.) Watch the video and enter into the experience:
If that day was today …
Imagine yourself in that crowd, listening to Jesus. What would you like to ask him about? What answers do you want from him?
Many came for healing that day. What would you need healing for today?
As the day drew on, people were hungry. They probably worried about where their next meal would come. What do you worry about today that you could tell Jesus about?
Imagine the rush of confidence when Jesus fed everyone with the five loaves and two fish provided by someone in the crowd. Certainly, anything is possible! What would you now be able to do if you had that faith and hope that God would provide? What would you need from God to make it possible? How would others benefit?
This video is from the Jesus Film Project Published on Jun 23, 2011


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This post is based on the sermon series Out of the Chair, Into the World at Kinmundy United Methodist Church.
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