Episode 105 – Grapes in the Desert Pt 5: Feet for the Path
Key Passage(s): Habakkuk 3:19; 2 Samuel 22:33-34
There are moments in life when the path ahead is unclear or downright scary, moments when everything in us wants out of the situation or circumstance we’re in. It’s only natural to ask God to rescue us or change things. That’s part of what prayer is about. But there’s another dimension of prayer we find in the Scriptures. It’s one we often fail to pray, making our prayers incomplete. It’s the prayer David prayed. It’s the prayer Habakkuk prayed. And it’s an astounding prayer of strength and trust that God will empower us no matter where our path leads. This teaching explores how to pray more completely in the wilderness seasons of life.
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- What was your biggest takeaway from the teaching?
- Words are often powerful because of when they’re spoken. What are some of the powerful words people have spoken into your life in the midst of a difficult season?
- Sometimes we have no words of our own and need to borrow the words of others to sustain us in difficult times. What are some of the words (quotes, scriptures, etc.) that you cling to in challenging seasons?
- How has God given you feet for the path in the past?
- Where do you need feet for the path in the current season?
- How will you begin living out the truths of this teaching this week?
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