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Week 1 

May 2, 2021

Hannah – 1 Samuel

1- You will have people who provoke you on purpose: but don’t let them control you – V.6-7

2- Get in the right mindset before you make a Vow to God.- V.10-11

3- Be ready to follow through no matter how difficult it might be – V.28 & 2:11

 

-In the passage George taught on, he explains how, as believers, provocation comes from all around us. How is it that you feel the world around you is attacking you right now both personally and spiritually?

-What is it that leads others to provoke us if we truly are preaching a gospel of love? (Consider why Peninnah provoked Hannah)

-Often times it is easier for us to go with the flow than it is to push against the grain. However, in our efforts to give control of our lives to God, we cannot simply coast. How are we constantly choosing to keep God enthroned in our hearts?

-One of the ways we can struggle to keep God enthroned in our hearts is in the way we pray out of our own desires and emotions. How is it that we can be more intentional, in the way we pray, to keep God’s will for our lives central? (Additional note: It is not wrong to pray earnestly and confess that which weighs heavy on your soul, but it is important to remember to put God’s will for our lives first, just as Christ did in the garden.)

-What are some things that help make it easier for you to be open handed, in your prayer life when it comes to the things you deeply desire or care about?

-It is not always easy to pray for God’s will to be done in our lives, as often that means being willing to be okay with a “no” from God in response to our request. When is it the hardest to pray for God’s will to be done in your life? 

– Philippians 1:29 reminds us, as believers, that we are not promised a suffering-free life, but that we should be prepared for hardships and to trust in the Lord. How is it that we can better walk in faith in the presence of suffering?

-Read Joshua 1:5. What does this verse reveal to us about our suffering?

-How can we be diligent in reminding ourselves and other believers that we are not alone, that “this, too, shall pass,” and that God is actively working through our suffering to bring His message of love and peace to others?

  • Las provocaciones vienen de todas partes. Como sientes que el mundo te esta atacando a nivel personal o espiritual?
  • Que lleva a otros a provocarnos si verdaderamente estamos predicando un evangelio de amor? Líderes consideren porque Penina provoco a Ana
  • A menudo, es más fácil dejarse llevar por la corriente que empujar en contra de ella. Sin embargo, en nuestros esfuerzos por darle a Dios el control de nuestras vidas, no podemos simplemente ir a la deriva. Como elegimos el mantener a Dios entronado en nuestros corazones?
  • Una de las maneras de mantener a Dios entronado en nuestros corazones está en la forma que oramos fuera de nuestros propios deseos y emociones. Como podemos ser mas intensionales en la forma en que oramos, para mantener la voluntad de Dios en el centro de nuestras vida? Líderes: No está más orar fervientemente y confesar lo que pesa sobre su alma, pero es importante recordar que debemos anteponer la voluntad de Dios para nuestras vidas, tal como lo hizo Cristo en el Jardín de Getsemaní.
  • Cuales son algunas de las cosas que le ayudaran a ser más abierto en su vida de oración, cuando se trata de las cosas que desea o le interesan profundamente?
  • No siempre es fácil orar para que se haga la voluntad de Dios en nuestras vidas, ya que a menudo eso significa estar dispuesto a aceptar un “no” de Dios en respuesta a nuestra solicitud. Cuando es más difícil orar para que se haga la voluntad de Dios en su vida?
  • Filipenses 1:29 nos recuerda que , como creyentes, no se nos promete una vida sin sufrimientos, pero debemos estar preparados para las dificultades de la vida y confiar siempre en Dios. Como podemos caminar con fe cuando hay sufrimiento?
  • Lea Josué 1:5. Que es lo que este verso nos revela con respecto al sufrimiento?
  • Como podemos ser diligentes en recordarnos a nosotros mismos y a los demás creyentes, que no estamos solos, y que “esto también pasara” y que Dios esta obrando activamente a través de nuestro sufrimiento para llevar su mensaje de amor y paz a nosotros?