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Dreaming God's Dream: A Follow-Up

Updated: Feb 15

Want to go a little deeper into the message and its meaning for you? Here is a three day reading plan just for you:

Three Day Reading Plan: Embracing God's Dream

  1. Day 1: Jeremiah's Proclamation of God's Plans Read Jeremiah 29:11-13. In this passage, the prophet Jeremiah delivers a message from God, proclaiming that God has plans for God's people. Reflect on how this message relates to the sermon's theme of embracing God's dream for us. Meditate on the idea that God's plans for us involve peace, hope, and a future filled with His presence.

  2. Day 2: The New Heaven and Earth in Revelation Read Revelation 21:1-5. In these verses, the writer of Revelation shares a vision of a new heaven and a new earth. Reflect on how this vision aligns with the sermon's message that God dreams of a world where peace, love, and reconciliation prevail. Consider the significance of the removal of tears, death, mourning, and pain in God's ultimate plan. Contemplate how you can contribute to creating glimpses of this new reality in your own life and relationships.

  3. Day 3: Living Playfully and Imaginatively Reflect on the following passages: Consider the sermon's call to embrace childlike playfulness and imaginative engagement with the world. Contemplate how Jesus' teachings encourage us to view others without judgment and to approach conflicts with love and reconciliation. Reflect on practical ways to incorporate these teachings into your daily life and interactions with others.

  • Matthew 18:1-4 - Jesus' teachings on childlike faith and humility.

  • Matthew 5:38-48 - Jesus' radical teachings on loving our enemies.

Throughout this three-day reading plan, take time to pray and seek God's guidance in embracing God's dream for your life and for the world. Ask God to help you see beyond differences and to love unconditionally. May this journey deepen your understanding of God's plans and empower you to be an agent of transformative love.

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