a study on revelation

Key Text: Hebrews 1:1, 2

Objectives:

1. Know: That God speaks to all who are willing to listen.

2. Feel: The many ways God communicates with you.

3. Do: Become receptive to the Spirit’s voice by spending time with God.

Lesson Outline:

I. God Speaks (1 Samuel 3:1-10)

A. This verse is just one example of God willing and able to speak to us directly. In this case, God calls out to Samuel four times before he responds. What does this say about God’s desire to communicate with us?

II. Man Listens (Hebrews 1:1-3)

A. God speaks to us in a variety of ways. We can see his glory through nature, his knowledge in prophecy and love through Jesus. How does God speak to you personally?

B. The Bible is often referred to as God’s letter to us. How can we make scripture more relevant in this modern world?

III. God and Man Commune (John 5:36-40)

A. Jesus says that the only way to the Father is through Him (Matthew 11:27). No matter how much you study the word or understand prophecy, without Jesus, you can’t know God, the Father. How can you invest your time this week communing with God? Listen and let yourself be more receptive to what He has to say.

Summary:

God loves us so much that He wants to have an ongoing dialogue with us. He speaks to us through many means, the most powerful of which is Jesus.

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