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03/01/2009

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March 1: PRAYING THE SALVATION STORY: Is it possible to know, much less believe, that God listens to prayers when it is so hard to see concrete answers? The Bible is full of
stories about how God has done great things for people in the past, but how do those stories help us in the present? How does praying enable us to feel God's power?

MARCH 8: PRAYING TO BE USED:
What difference do our prayers make in the big picture? Do you look at your work place, your family life, or your spiritual life and have a hard time seeing how God could be using you for his kingdom? Do you pray about it? Or do
you just pray that he will do the work? Is it worth praying to be used to change things?

MARCH 15: POWER TO FORGIVE:
Is forgiveness an elusive concept for you? Maybe you’re confident that forgiveness exists, but you’re not quite sure how it works. In one of his last words, Christ prays about forgiveness saying, “Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing.” How can Christ’s words from the cross help us understand the power of forgiveness?

MARCH 22: THE PATH TO PARADISE:
Do you keep looking around you, at all the violence and injustice in the world, and wonder what paradise would be like? How might you get
there? No matter how much progress we make in this world, as humans we can’t seem to eradicate loneliness and injustice. How do we find our way to peace and love? Is there a path to paradise?

MARCH 29: THE FAMILY BENEATH THE CROSS: Loneliness is a pervasive feeling in our world. It can haunt people of all ages, races, and classes. No matter where we are in life, it’s likely that we’ve all known loneliness—yet, even though most of us know the feeling, it also feels like no one else will ever understand. Does God understand our human loneliness?

APRIL 5: BEYOND ABANDONMENT: Do you ever feel like God's presence has left you? That in your times of trial, times when you need him the most, he's left you to manage on your own. Maybe it feels like your prayers fall into a hollow void rather than God's caring hands. How do Christ's final words from the cross help us find assurance and comfort in these times?