SUNDAY MORNING SERVICE
17th January 2020
6:13 - 20
We encourage you to spend some time in prayer and ask God to speak to you this morning through his word.
Consider & Pray
Spend some time thinking about this short passage. Think about what each of these points mean to you.
Spend some time in prayer asking God to make his promises real to you, so that you can find real comfort and hope like an anchor in all he has said and promised.
1.The Author of the Promise
2.The Purpose of the Promise
3.The Nature of the Promise
4.The Certainty of the Promise.
From the Breaking of the Dawn (Every Promise)
O Lord, My Rock and My Redeemer
Don't forget Zoom Coffee at 11:15am this Sunday
Song to start:
God's People in God's Place, Awesome Cutlery
Questions to talk about together:
God has made a promise to save all those that believe in him.
What does it mean to make a promise?
Have you ever made a promise or said you would do something that you didn’t do?
We sometimes don’t do what we say but God always keeps his promises.
Activity Idea 1 - Make a Model Anchor
Can you make a model anchor out of card or paper, colour it in and decorate it and then write the Hebrews 6:19 on the anchor. "We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure."
Activity 2 - What anchors do we use
The writer of the Hebrews describes hope as an anchor for the soul, anchors needs to be firm and secure. Many of us will use anchors in our adventurous activities as families.
If you are a climber could you make a belay anchor at home somewhere and talk about the need for the anchor to be strong and what would be good and bad to tie the ropes to.
If you go sailing or like boats, have a look at different anchors and see how they work.
Why do you think the writer of the Hebrews in verse 19 uses the picture of an anchor to describe God’s promise?