SERIES: Shelter in Grace
MESSAGE: The Need for a Strong Shelter
SPEAKER: Skip Heitzig
SCRIPTURE: Job 1

MESSAGE SUMMARY
Since it seems that the present pandemic the world is facing will require more time to sort out and more patience on our part, I want to begin a new series called Shelter in Grace. Even the strongest, bravest, and most spiritual among us need God’s sheltering presence in the days ahead. I am praying that as life’s circumstances close in around us, God’s grace will open up for us new ways to grow and new joys to experience. Let’s consider someone in Scripture who discovered the need for a strong shelter in crisis: Job.

STUDY GUIDE
Connect Recap Notes: April 19, 2020
Speaker: Skip Heitzig
Teaching: "The Need for a Strong Shelter"
Text: Job 1

Path

Since it seems that the present pandemic the world is facing will require more time to sort out and more patience on our part, I want to begin a new series called Shelter in Grace. Even the strongest, bravest, and most spiritual among us need God's sheltering presence in the days ahead. I am praying that as life's circumstances close in around us, God's grace will open up for us new ways to grow and new joys to experience. In this teaching, Pastor Skip considers someone in Scripture who discovered the need for a strong shelter in crisis: Job.

  1. He Was a Significant Man
  2. He Was a Suffering Man
  3. He Was a Searching Man
Points

He Was a Significant ManHe Was a Suffering ManHe Was a Searching ManPractice

Connect Up: How do suffering and evil in the world affect your relationship to God? Do you run from Him or to Him in times of trouble?  How can suffering be one of the greatest gifts, even leading to salvation? If you have a story of a time when suffering brought you to Christ, please share it or journal it.

Connect In: How do you help people—especially the body of Christ—who are suffering? In Pastor Skip's booklet Jesus Loves the Broken, he lists this acronym: REST. How does each help a hurting heart?Connect Out: How can hurt turn to help by serving others, particularly those who don't believe? Furthermore, how would you explain to someone why and how God uses pain for His purposes? Consider Romans 8:28.

OUTLINE


  1. He Was a Significant Man

  2. He Was a Suffering Man

  3. He Was a Searching Man


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