[M] The Firm Foundation of Your Life - His Love


Lead Question for each section:

What stood out to you from the video segment? Any favorite quotes? Anything confuse you?


Supplemental Questions:

Section 1 - Dan Mohler preaching in Lake City - 2018-01-12 - (0:00 to 8:58) <--- Click for video

1:20 - How do we know that we are loved by God? What other things do we commonly look to for approval, acceptance, affirmation in our lives?

1:55 - Rooted and Grounded in Love - Read a few translations/interpretations of Eph. 3:14-19 - What does it mean to be "rooted and grounded" in love? Whose love? What keeps us rooted in that love?

2:20 - What kind of things lead us to question God's love? When we question God's love, what do we put into jeopardy?

3:05 - What does Dan indicate is the the foundation of His life? Is it just an academic, head knowledge kind of fact? What is it then?

4:55 - What "avenues" do we pursue from others? And even though we don't realize it, what is available to us?

5:45 - What is the significance of intimacy with God - personal prayer time - communion time - Why does this matter so much?

7:15 - What is the "fullness" that Eph. 3:19 talks about? And what impact does that "fullness" have in our everyday lives? How does it change what we need from others?


Section 2 - Dan Mohler preaching in Lake City - 2018-01-12 - (8:58 to 15:38)

10:00 - What's the "lie" that Dan keeps talking about? - the "lie" we were born into?

12:20 - Dan talked about how people see what Jesus did on the cross but they don't receive it as love. What do they see the cross saying? What kind of difficulty does this lead to in terms of relationship with God?

13:35 - How does Dan encourage us to see what Jesus did? What is the cross crying out?

14:45 - What effect does knowing the love of God have? What does it swallow up in our lives? What kind of freedom does it bring?


Section 3 - Dan Mohler preaching in Lake City - 2018-01-12 - (15:38 to 23:32)

16:45 - How does the enemy exploit people with pure hearts?

17:45 - What did we grow up needing from others? How could you possibly not "need" from others?

20:00 - What advantage / strength does not needing from others bring?

20:55 - Doesn't this just make us arrogant isolationists? Why or why not?

21:45 - How does living from God's love help keep us from living up & down - mountain & valley?

22:40 - How could Jesus stay the course when his disciples bailed on Him?