Faith Over Fear

Faith Over Fear

Jennifer Slattery, Jodie Bailey and Shellie Arnold
 

Trusting Our Good Shepherd (Jehovah Ra’ah) to Lead Us – Ep. 66

August 10, 2021   ●   16 min

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Sometimes, when we’re experiencing disappointment and uncertainty, it can be hard to trust that God is truly leading us, or that He’s leading us toward something good.

During those times, God- our Good Shepherd, Jehovah Ra’ah in the Hebrew - invites us to trust His heart and His character. This was the position in which Wholly Loved’s Kimi Miller found herself, when she sensed God calling her to step out of a thriving ministry position. And at first, that transition was super painful, but through it, God reminded her of His heart for her.

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Group Discussion Questions:

1. What comes to mind when you think of God as your shepherd?
2. What do you think it means when people say He is the good shepherd?
3. When has God led you in a direction that felt painful or confusing? What did He show or teach you during that time?
4. What might it mean in your current situation or sphere to rest in green pastures?
5. Consider your strongest or most frequent anxieties. How many of those come from trying to lead yourself or create your own green pasture?
6. Do you ever fear that God will lead you in a bad direction? And if so, where do you think that fear comes from?
7. When have you sensed God urging you to rest? What made this difficult?
8. Take a moment to read Psalm 23. What aspect of God’s care listed do you find most comforting?

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