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We are returning to the subject of making much of Jesus by making disciples who advance the Gospel. Download the Study Guide
We are made to serve, and this week we will continue to think about living the Gospel in our neighborhood as it relates to seeking the welfare of others.
Pray: Remember II Timothy 3:16-17 as you pray, asking God to speak to you from His Word.
Read: Jeremiah 29:1-14. Read this portion of Jeremiah’s letter to the exiles a couple of times carefully.
Meditate: What would it look like for the Church today to seek the welfare of the community in which we find ourselves?