Lesson 7 of 11
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7 – The Word Should Move You

Study Guide


  • Main Points:
    • Emphasis on tuning into the Holy Spirit and receiving from God.
    • Importance of focusing on God and setting aside distractions.
  • Scriptures: None mentioned specifically.

Keys to the Supernatural Life

  • Main Points:
    • Encouragement to step out of comfort zones and experience God’s supernatural work.
    • Reference to Matthew 14:22-28, focusing on Jesus walking on water and calling Peter out.
  • Scriptures: Matthew 14:22-28.

Peter’s Response to Jesus

  • Main Points:
    • When God speaks, a response is necessary.
    • The story of Peter walking on water is an example of acting in response to God’s word.
  • Scriptures: Matthew 14:28.

The Role of God’s Word

  • Main Points:
    • The Word of God should move and inspire action, not just impress.
    • Faith must be accompanied by action; mere belief is not enough.
  • Scriptures: James 2:17-18.

Love and Compassion as Motivation

  • Main Points:
    • Love and compassion should drive ministry and actions.
    • Jesus’ ministry was often motivated by compassion.
  • Scriptures: Matthew 14:14.

The Power of Asking for More

  • Main Points:
    • God respects our free will and responds to our expressed desires for more.
    • Personal testimony about asking God to teach and guide into deeper spiritual experiences.
  • Scriptures: None mentioned specifically.

The Necessity of Passion and Vision

  • Main Points:
    • Passion gives focus and direction to our vision and goals.
    • The importance of being hungry for God’s presence and work.
  • Scriptures: None mentioned specifically.

Taking Action on God’s Word

  • Main Points:
    • The importance of not just hearing but doing the Word.
    • The danger of being a forgetful hearer and the need for practical application of faith.
  • Scriptures: James 1:22, 2 Corinthians 3.

Calling Out for More

  • Main Points:
    • Encouragement to ask God for deeper experiences and challenges in faith.
    • Personal anecdotes to illustrate the power of seeking more from God.
  • Scriptures: None mentioned specifically.

Conclusion and Prayer

  • Main Points:
    • Urging the congregation to actively seek God’s calling and to step out in faith.
    • A time of worship and prayer, inviting the Holy Spirit to move in the lives of those present.
  • Scriptures: None mentioned specifically.