Ask Me Anything, Lord

Ask Me Anything Lord

When God calls you to make an impact for Him in your everyday life, feelings of fear, doubt, and insufficiency may challenge your calling.

You’re not alone.

God used questions in Scripture to draw His people closer to HIm and help them move forward with courage. He can do the same for us.

During their moment of uncertainty, God asked Adam and Eve, “Where are you?” as a checkpoint for their relationship with Him.

God asked Elijah, “What are you doing here?” to bring him out from the places of depression and frustration.

And Jesus asked Peter, “Do you love me?” to restore their relationship and commission him for future ministry.

Ask Me Anything, Lord reveals what happens when we let God ask us the same questions.  Where are we?  What are we doing here?  Do we love Him?

This study encourages us to draw closer to God, receive the fullness of His blessings, and move forward boldly.

Complete with personal reflection questions, group discussion topics, suggestions for life application, Scripture memory verses, and journaling prompts, Ask Me Anything, Lord is also a perfect resource for small group study.

To print out a set of FREE Scripture verse cards to accompany this study, please click the link!  Ask Me Anything Lord Verse Cards

To learn more or to order your copy:

Visit me at Discovery House Publishers to read a sample chapter and order online!

Follow these links to find the book at Amazon,  Barnes and Noble and also at Christianbook.com.

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