- What did Jesus say God wants people to do? Believe in Him, John 6:29
- Who will have eternal life? Everyone who believes in Jesus; John 6:40
- Why did many of Jesus’ followers go away from Him? His teaching was difficult to understand and accept, John 6:60-66
- How can we eat Jesus’ flesh and drink His blood? Remember that Jesus was not speaking literally. Think about the way Jesus’ body would be killed and His blood spilled to make the way for us to be saved. Now, believers consume the Lord’s Supper to remember Jesus’ sacrifice for us.
- How can we help people who don’t know Jesus come to understand and believe in Him? You can take practical steps, like offering to read your Bible with a friend or inviting him or her to church. Remember that only the Holy Spirit can make other people understand the truth, but we should try to give them the opportunity to hear it. Talk with your family about what living on mission means.
- Play telephone. If you’re not familiar, one person whispers a sentence into the next person’s ear, who whispers that sentence into the next person’s ear. See if the original sentence is still clear to the final recipient, who says the sentence out loud. Remember, people often confuse messages over time, by remembering a story in different ways, mishearing, or misunderstanding and then sharing their altered message with others. Jesus’s message never changed, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t difficult to understand and accept at points.
- Family challenge: memorize a verse of the Bible together as a family together this week. The Bible tells us to hide God’s Word in our hearts (Psalm 119:11). Memorizing Scripture helps God’s Word come to mind when we are in a hard situation, feeling worried or afraid or trying to talk to a friend about Jesus.
Story Point: Many people misunderstood Jesus’ teaching.
Key Passage: Colossians 1:13-14
Big Picture Question: How does God care for His creation? God loves and rules over His creation according to His perfect plan.
What good news encouraged you this morning?
- Let us know how God has impacted you the most through today’s worship via social media.
- Remember to tag Redemption Church in your post.
- Sundays on the Porch – As a compliment to the Home Worship Guide, we are hosting Sundays on the Porch at 11AM in front of our building at 930 Broad St. This will be a time of communion, fellowship, and service. Please plan to continue to use the Home Worship Guides on Sundays for sermons, singing, corporate prayer, and Redemption Kids resources.
- Listen, Recognize, Pray, Act – Here is a list of suggested resources to help you explore the racial injustices in our country and consider how God is leading you to act. We will be updating the list with a few more resources soon.
- Salvation and Baptism – If you’d like to talk further about your decision to follow Jesus or baptism, we’d love to hear from you. Fill out this form on our baptism page, and let us know in the message portion how we can assist you.
- Connect – If you’d like more information on how to connect with Redemption Church, please contact Ben Riche or Brent Skelley. You can also connect with Redemption Church via social media on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
- Giving – We encourage your faithful and cheerful giving to continue as an act of worship and in support of the ministry of Redemption Church. The invitation is not to an obligation but to “taste and see that the Lord is good,” that He is exceedingly rich in riches beyond matters of money, and that He can be trusted even in our present circumstances. You can find ways to continue to give on our website.
- Worship Playlist – We’ve created a playlist of songs suggested by our worship team. We hope that listening to them will be a source of encouragement throughout your week. Listen on Spotify – Listen on Apple Music