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              Order of Worship

Singing, Scripture & Prayer

Children’s Time

Baptism
9am Kaelyn Holliday
11am Harper Maxwell

Announcements

Message: "The God Who Heals”

Jamie & Friends
Scripture: Matthew 4:23-24

Special Music: Need You Now
Caitlin Nugent

Prayers & Offering

Closing Song & God Blesses Us

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Scripture:

We are glad you have chosen to join us today. May these verses of Scripture help deepen your experience of God this morning as well as be a resource beyond today.

Scripture:  Matthew 4:23-24

And He went about all Galilee, teaching in their synagogues and preaching the good news (Gospel) of the kingdom, and healing every disease and every weakness and infirmity among the people. So the report of Him spread throughout all Syria, and they brought Him all who were sick, those afflicted with various diseases and torments, those under the power of demons, and epileptics, and paralyzed people, and He healed them.

 

 

"Need You Now (How Many Times)"

by Tyler Burkum, Ben Cissell, Bob Herdman, Will McGinnis, and Mark Stuart

Well, everybody's got a story to tell
And everybody's got a wound to be healed
I want to believe there's beauty here
'Cause oh, I get so tired of holding on
I can't let go, I can't move on
I want to believe there's meaning here

How many times have you heard me cry out
"God please take this"?
How many times have you given me strength to
Just keep breathing?
Oh I need you
God, I need you now.

Standing on a road I didn't plan
Wondering how I got to where I am
I'm trying to hear that still small voice
I'm trying to hear above the noise

How many times have you heard me cry out
"God please take this"?
How many times have you given me strength to
Just keep breathing?
Oh I need you
God, I need you now.

Though I walk,
Though I walk through the shadows
And I, I am so afraid
Please stay, please stay right beside me
With every single step I take.

How many times have you heard me cry out?
And how many times have you given me strength?

How many times have you heard me cry out
"God please take this"?
How many times have you given me strength to
Just keep breathing?
Oh I need you
God, I need you now.

I need you now
Oh I need you
God, I need you now.
I need you now
I need you now

The God Who Heals

April 19th, 2015

 

Warm Up:

When you think of “healing” in the church what comes to mind? Is it positive or negative?

Do you believe that God can heal? Why or why not?

 

Diving In:

 

When you read Matthew 4:23-24 what do you notice about the role of healing in Jesus’ life and ministry?

 

Sometimes we wonder why some people are healed and others are not? Have you ever wondered or questioned God about that? What was the situation?

 

In John 9 there is a story of Jesus healing a blind man. How does verses 1-5 help to explain that when healing doesn’t happen it is not because of a lack of faith or because God is punishing someone?

 

In what ways do you believe that we are to “participate with God in our healing”? Can you give some practical examples?

 

Sometimes healing doesn’t happen in a physical way. In what ways beyond the physical can God still bring healing and hope?

 

Which  of the following ways would you like to try out as a way of being more intentionally part of God’s healing?

  • Praying for people when “nudged”
  • Being present with others who are hurting
  • Using the prayer corners on Sunday morning
  • Participate in a healing service if we had one

 

Take Home:

Take a moment to send a note of encouragement or say a prayer for someone you know who is in need of healing.

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