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Lesson: Built On Prayer

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This is simply a guide for you to follow as you lead your group. Below is a recommended worship song, icebreaker, and flow for your B-Group experience.

Worship Song: “Been So Good” by Bethany Music

Prayer: Always begin and end with prayer.

Icebreaker Question: What is the story behind the time you went the longest without sleep?

Stay In The Know: B-Group Launch Weekend is August 29! Join us for B-Group Rally at your campus.


LESSON

Key Scriptures: Luke 10:38-42

The Big Idea:

Prayer must become the foundation of your relationship with the Lord. As a Christian, one of the most important things you can do is just sit at the feet of Jesus. We are living in a kairos moment, and prayer can not just be a sentiment or a nice thought. Prayer must become a priority!


Main Points:

  1. Priority Of Prayer

    • In Luke 10:42, Jesus told Martha there was only one thing worth being concerned about and Mary had discovered it.
      • This Scripture shows us just how much Jesus desires us to spend time with Him.
    • Pray first and pray early!
  2. Perseverance Of Prayer

    • Prayer is a discipline.
    • Your body will scream no, so you must allow your spirit to lead.


Discussion Questions:

Can you imagine living when Jesus walked this earth? If you were to take a look at your own life today, where would you find yourself? Would you be like Martha, constantly concerned about what task needed to be done?

Mary wanted to sit at the feet of Jesus; it was the only thing she truly cared about. Do you see yourself consumed with all the worries of your day when you wake up? What is the first thing you think about when you wake up?

Challenge:

This week, make it your mission to pray with expectation! The world is crying out for a Rescuer. It can feel overwhelming to read the news and scroll through social media, but the power of prayer can shift the atmosphere. Pray early, pray first, and pray all the time!

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The reason the Holy Spirit speaks in a still small voice is because you have to be close to hear it.
—-Rick Bezet "Forgive and Remember"