What You Are Made to Do: Poema and Your Purpose

Pastor Jeremey King

July 14, 2019

Reading — Psalm 139:13–16, Confession — Gracious God, you made each one of us with love and care. Your Word reminds that we are wonderfully made, yet we see our lives and vocations with earthly perspectives. We often discount what you have made, or we take credit for the gifts you have given us and use them for our own purposes first. Forgive us. Help us to see ourselves as you see us. Help us to use the gifts you have given us for your Kingdom first and demonstrate your gracious love to the world around us. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Questions —
Share about a time you made something you loved.
Read Ephesians 2. What are some of the ways God made you for good works? Describe when you feel most helpful in the Kingdom.
Read 1 Corinthians 12. How have you seen the variety of gifts at work in the Body of Christ here at Shepherd?
Read Psalm 139:13–16. Describe a time when you have struggled to believe these words and wondered about your purpose.