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Persevere through Worship: Part 1

REMEMBER (30 min)

Remember God: Worship, Prayer or Communion

Remember each other: Care

  • Optional- break up into smaller groups for 10 min Hi/Lo check in

Remember the Liturgy:

Remember what we learned and put into practice last week: Accountability

  • Topic: Pray

  • Build the Lord’s Prayer into your regular routine: Commit together as a group to set a daily reminder for this coming week (midday is usually easy for most people) and pause to pray the Lord’s Prayer wherever you are.

REFLECT (30 min)

Prepare (See the Leaders Guide for a brief commentary and context for the scripture and core truth from the topic)

  • Introduce today’s topic and any commentary or context for the scripture

    • Topic Title: Persevere through Worship: Part 1

    • Share the Summary Scripture for the topic: Romans 5:3-5

  • Share “Core Truths from the topic” in the leaders guide where needed

  • Share context for Scripture Story: Acts 16:16-34 (“Paul and Silas Worship in Prison”)


  • Read the Scripture: Acts 16:16-34

  • Discussion Questions

    • What is the biblical and historical context?

    • What does this reveal about God and People? (optional)

    • Like Paul and Silas, when is a time you worshiped God in the middle of a pressing season, or circumstance? What did worship look like and what happened?

    • How is the Spirit calling you to persevere and patiently endure? How can you worship your way through this trying season?

    • Who is the Father inviting you to love and bless amidst your own trial and perseverance?

RESPOND (30 min)

Experience and Encounter

  • Share together or in small groups where you are in need of God's help to “persevere through worship” and pray for one another.

  • Lord’s Supper (Communion)

Practice and Obey (for the coming week)

  • Spend time this week meditating on Romans 5:3-5.

  • Ask the Holy Spirit for a promise to walk with you through this season and what worship looks like in the area you need help to persevere in.


  • The Lord’s Prayer

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