Activate - January 21, 2015


HOW MANY?

Read: Psalm 14

Key Verse:“The Lord looks down from heaven on the sons of men to see if there are any who understand, any who seek God.” - Psalm 14:2

David describes the person who does not seek God: foolish, corrupt, overwhelmed with dread, turning aside, and causing frustration. How does seeking God change your character? When have you intentionally pursued God? What did the experience include?

David implies that not many people are truly seeking God. It is far more common for people to seek money, pleasures, attention, applause, fame, and rewards. John the Baptist said that Jesus must increase and he must become less (John 3:30): what does this mean? How can you encourage people to seek God with you this week?

For more from Pastor Jesse Bradley and Activate Media Ministries, visit www.activatelife.org

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