22010.266 Week 38: Review and Reflect

What are Jesus’ parables teaching you? In what ways are you applying the lessons from them to your everyday life?

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What Does It Mean to “Ask, Seek, and Knock”?


God’s Great Mercy

The Lost Sheep

The Lost Coin

The Lost Son


This week’s lesson focused on “Ask, Seek, and Knock”:

Today, which one of those verbs is most important to you?

What are you most asking, seeking, and knocking for?

In what ways are you watching for God’s answers?

Have you personally responded to God’s invitation to a relationship with him?

In what ways have you experienced God’s “mercy”? What difference does God’s mercy make in your daily life?

Three of the devotionals this week addressed things that were lost: the lost coin, the lost sheep, and the lost son.

Which one of these parables is most meaningful to you at this point in your life?

What lessons do you need to learn about who God is as you think about him finding the “lost”?

What one principle can you apply to your life from this week’s devotionals?

Write It on Your Heart

Take a few minutes to memorize this verse:

“For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened.” —Matthew 7:8