Vocation

Series: Alpha and Omega

Isaiah 65:17-25

God made us in His image and then He called us to do like He does

We continue our series on the connection points between Genesis and Revelation by looking at Isaiah's vision of the eternal city, how it relates to both Genesis and Revelation, and how that informs us about our calling.


 Discovery Questions

Self-reflection:

Read Isaiah 65:17-25. Then read the following link and pray about your identity in your workplace (where you do you most work or study).

https://www.theologyofwork.org/old-testament/genesis-1-11-and-work/god-creates-and-equips-people-to-work-genesis-126-225/dominion 

With your family:

Discuss with your kids how what you do in your "workplace" can accomplish things that God cares about.

With your small group:

  1. Read Isaiah 65:17-25.
  2. What stands out to you in these verses? Why?
  3. What bothers you about these verses? Why?
  4. Discuss the self-reflection question above.
  5. How can your small group help one another in this?
  6. Given this passage, what should you do this week?

Preview

Next week, we continue our series on Genesis and Revelation with the topic of relationships.

Reading the Bible Through as a Church for 2019

We will be reading a Bible plan from YouVersion, "Solid Life Reading Plan (New Testament)"

We encourage you to:

1) Download the YouVersion Bible app onto your device;

2) Then select "Plans" and then "Find plans;"

3)  Search for and find "Solid Life Reading Plan (New Testament)" plan;

4) Select "Start plan."  

5) Each month you should be able to "catch me up" to the first day of each month and stay on track reading through the Bible together.

  (https://www.bible.com/reading-plans/2129-walk-with-god-for-35-days)  or

  (www.tinyurl.com/2019Bible)