If you were given five minutes to speak to the U.S. Senate, what would you say?
Read Acts 17:24-31.
Paul says God doesn't "need" anything from us. How can that truth help you trust Him?
Why is it sometimes hard to trust God?
Would you rather control your own destiny or have God control it? Why?
According to verse 27, God wants men to "reach out for him." What do you think it means to "reach out for God?"
How do you "reach out for God?"
Read verse 31. One common destiny awaits all men. Death and judgment.
After the judgment, what destiny awaits those who did reach out for God? What destiny awaits those who did not?
How should this truth change your life? How should it change your relationship with God? How should it change your relationship with the people around you?