- What metaphor would you use today in place of or to complement the biblical use of “shepherd” to describe God’s attentiveness, love and care? (Jer 23:1)
- If God is our “refuge and strength,” how do you let that promise spill over to others through your being a refuge and strength for other people in trouble or need? (Psa 46)
- When was a time God, through your faith in Christ, rescued you from darkness and temptation? (Col 1:11)
- Why do you think the cross became the central symbol and representation of Christianity, faith and the church, instead of the empty tomb? (Luke 23:33)
This week’s Reflect & Connect questions written by Rod Boriack.
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