MENTORING CORNER/STUDY GUIDE:
“IDENTIFYING OBSTACLES,” 05.05.20
- What single ingredient most impacts any intimate relationship?
- Draw the parallel between such effects on your relationship with the Lord.
- Identify the two essential components of communication?
- What is the most neglected component of communication?
- What is the first easy clue regarding the cause of not hearing from God?
- Identify the main obstruction to s that this STUDY is focussing on.
- What is it that you most likely hang onto & have difficulty letting go of?
- What should you do if you do not understand what your own obstructions are?
- What is it that you would be most afraid of hearing from the Lord?
- To what extent can you understand how this is feeding into not being able to surrender and thus hear/receive from the Lord?
- Why is it of critical importance to be honest with yourself and with the Lord?
- What is the result of withholding from the Lord?
- How can healing and deliverance be realized without honest disclosure?
- Connect the dots from James 4 passages to the need to trust & surrender.
- What is involved in obliterating the obstructions?
- Assess your style and level of communication with the Father/Lord Jesus Christ/Yeshua Messiah/Holy Spirit, and connect the dots from that to the deficiencies in your hearing from the Lord.**Remember: there are 2 sides to communication. It’s possible you’re doing a lot of sharing; but perhaps your level of listening/attending to the Father’s voice is overriden by hanging onto the need to have things your way.
- Identify consequences that you have experienced due to allowing obstructions.
- Reflect on those & use this awareness to begin new communication patterns, consistent with hearing from the Lord.
- Consider the experience in the Garden (Gen.3:8-10), & draw a parallel with any similar experience of your own – in what situation have you felt a need to run away/hide from the Lord?
- Connect the dots between trust and hearing from the Lord.
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