We’ve spent time this past week reflecting on Jesus’ faithfulness through his last hours, the hope present even in Jesus’ last cry from the cross, and the joy of Jesus’ resurrection.
On Sunday morning, we focused on the question: Where’s Jesus? (click on that link if you would like to read the morning message).
As you reflect on this past Holy Week, consider the following questions:
- The young man in the tomb declared that “Jesus has been raised” (Mark 16:6), proclaiming that “God has done it” (Psalm 22:31). Where in our world do you recognize God’s faithfulness?
- Jesus goes ahead to Galilee and thus invites each of us back into the journey of discipleship. How do you notice Jesus ahead of you, calling you forward? How is Jesus calling our church community forward?
- What new opportunities for discipleship are present in your life right now? What new opportunities are available for our church community?
- Jesus walks with us through the dark times into resurrection glory. How have you experienced Jesus’ comforting presence with you in difficult times?
Our God reigns here on earth! May we trust in God’s faithfulness even in the midst of those dark times of life. May we embrace new opportunities to follow Jesus on the road of discipleship.
Feel free to post your responses, thoughts, or questions.