Daily Devotional

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· Read Hebrews 1:1-6.
· What is the good news in this passage?
· What does this passage say about who we are?
· What does this passage say about who God is?
· How does this passage call us to a new way of life?
· How does this passage send us?
· When have you experienced drifting and been surprised by where you ended up?
· What caused you to pay attention again?
· What would you say are the 3 main things in your life and how does your schedule reflect that?
· What would those closest to you say your 3 main things are?
· Richard mentioned 4 causes of drift –
          1. Loss of the main thing
          2. Desire for autonomy
          3. Being influenced by the prevailing culture
          4. Religiosity
· Which of these do you find to be the most likely cause of drift for you?
· Read Psalm 119:9-11
· What is the good news in this passage?
· What does this passage say about who we are?
· What does this passage say about who God is?
· How does this passage call us to a new way of life?
· How does this passage send us?
· How have you seen your life, perspective, and/or values shaped by scripture?
· How is scripture a map to the journey you are on? What else guides your journey?
· Can you think of a time when a passage of scripture has taken on a new meaning because of where you are in your journey?
· Who are the people with you on your journey of faith? How do you encourage one another?
· Where do you find yourself alone on the journey? What are you learning in the solitude of journey?
· Spiritual disciplines, like bible study and journey, are a means to an end – a transformative relationship with Christ that brings everything you are and do under His lordship.
· What can you do this week to cultivate the soil of your heart to receive the seeds of transformation that Christ is sowing? How can scripture reading and participating in the journey with others be a means toward that end?