Ephesians Week 5, Day 2

Ephesians 3:1-21

1. Do you feel unworthy of something God has given you?  What is that thing that you feel unworthy of?  Why do you feel unworthy to receive it?  There is a difference between         realizing our depravity but also staying in a place of worthlessness and shame.  What would it look like if you freely accepted your depravity but joyfully claimed your worth in this area?

2. Do you feel unworthy of something God has called you to do?  Is that unworthy feeling based on how big the calling or how small you feel?  In the scope of things, does it matter if we know that any calling God gives us is God-sized and yet it is His trust in us that enables us to do it?

3. The calling God has given us is fueled when we study how wide, how long, how high, and how deep God’s love is.  It surpasses our knowledge and goes deeper to a place of knowing beyond ourselves, but knowing Christ’s power in us.  How much do you use this “fuel” and how much do you use your strength?  Have you felt there are moments when you are resting on just fumes?

Jennifer Hong

About Jennifer Hong

Jennifer Hong served as the Intern Coordinator for Spiritual Formation from 2012-2013. Isaac Watson currently serves as the intern responsible for small group ministry. Emmanuel Jean-Pierre and Kong Hang are both serving as interns with Spiritual Formation with the PAVE program.
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