Faith Over Fear

Faith Over Fear

Jennifer Slattery, Jodie Bailey, Ava Pennington, Kimi Miller, Carol Ogle McCracken, Tami Writtrock and Kelly Campbell

Faith and Fear (Genesis 18)

March 14, 2023   ●   15 min

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Have you ever been afraid to ask God for something because you’re afraid of messing up or displeasing God? Or that if you ask, it means you’re not submitted to Him? Or even that asking Him for something may alter His plans? God wants us to develop a holy reverential fear where we are unafraid to approach Him with our deepest concerns and questions. Join us as we walk through how to apply this truth to our everyday life, as we continue to journey through the Scriptures with Abraham. (Scroll down for discussion/reflective questions)

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Discussion/Reflective Questions: 

    1. How would you describe your understanding of the reverential fear of the Lord? 
    2. Have you ever been hesitant to approach God with your “asks?” Why or why not?
    3. Why do you think Abraham stopped asking God at 10?
    4. If you could ask God for anything right now, what would it be?

    Step 1 - What is your heart motive behind this ask?

    Step 2 - How are you approaching the Father (as a child)? 

    Step 3 - Pray and ask God what your step is (be still, wait, bold, step, etc.)

    Step 4 - Don’t stop asking, but continue to submit to the Father’s will

    5. What action can you take to grow your reverence (awe, wonder, honor) for God this week?  

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