Tuesday, March 15, 2011

God is ALWAYS Watching You! (Psalm 121)

If you could go back in history and watch one event, what would it be? Why? What part of that event would you most want to see?

If you could be a "fly on the wall" in one place tomorrow, where would it be? Why?

How do you feel knowing that God can always see everything and He is always watching you?

Read Psalm 121:1-8. According to this psalm, what are some of the things the LORD does for us?

Which verse in this psalm is your favorite? Which one speaks most clearly to you? Why?

How has God helped you in the past? How do you need His help this week? How do you think God can use you to help someone else?

Verse seven says the LORD will keep you from all harm. What do you think the author means by that? How do reconcile that statement with your experiences?

How do you think your definition of "harm" might be different from God's definition of "harm"? When have you gone through a hard time only to discover later that God was doing something good in your life?

Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Explain why:
The Christian life makes more sense when we're reflecting on where we've been, than when we're focused on what we're experiencing.

What situation are you going through can be made more bearable by knowing God is watching you? How would you like the group to be praying for you in this situation?

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