Meet Jesus - The Bread of Life
Is Jesus enough to satisfy you really? How would anyone know? Who do you say He is? By Jesus saying he is the bread of life, he is saying he is the means of true satisfaction AND life. The first followers of Jesus had to figure this out too. They came to believe that he alone is the Savior and the satisfaction in life.
Each week, as you take in the Bible, find some friends to talk it out. You can follow this simple guide to help. First, R.E.A.D. and P.R.A.Y. on your own. Then, meet with friends to share what you've learned.
R - Repeated words
E - Examine and mark
A - Ask what you learn about God
D - Do if there is anything to do
P - Praise
R - Repent
A - Ask
Y - Yield
Sunday's Message Text: John 6
Bible Plan Readings - Week 38
We are currently in a teaching series, I AM: Jesus In His Own Words, focused on meeting Jesus in the book of John. From Sunday's message in John 6 or the Meet Jesus Bible Reading Plan this week, what is impacting you the most? Was there a word, phrase, Bible verse, or theme that impacted you?
Where does satisfaction come from according to Jesus in John 6:27 and in verses 32-33?
Why did the crowd have a hard time with this I AM statement from Jesus in John 6:41-43?
What's the similarity between Jesus and the manna in the Old Testament? What's different between Jesus as the bread of heaven versus the manna? (See John 6:48-51)
How is John 6:52-58 a "hard saying"? What was Jesus really saying about him being the bread?
How did the first followers respond to this I AM statement in John 6:66-69?
Are you/we a reflection of who we say Christ is?
Does Christ satisfy you as the bread of life?
If Christ is the bread of life, what am I doing to share that eternal bread?
Do you trust HIM enough as the bread of life? Even when life seems empty?
How did this message touch your life? If it did, how are you going to share it?
The million dollar question from Jesus is really: Who you say I am? Well, what's your answer?