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"Seeking God's Face: Lessons from 2 Chronicles 7:14."

Title: "Seeking God's Face: Lessons from 2 Chronicles 7:14"

Objective: To help participants understand the importance of seeking God's face and following the conditions outlined in 2 Chronicles 7:14 for experiencing His forgiveness, healing, and restoration.

Outline:

I. Introduction

  • Welcome participants and introduce the topic of seeking God's face

  • Read 2 Chronicles 7:14 and explain its historical context

II. Understanding the Conditions of 2 Chronicles 7:14

  • Define the key terms in verse (humility, prayer, seeking God's face, turning from wicked ways)

  • Discuss the importance of humility in approaching God

  • Explain the role of prayer in seeking God's face

  • Explore what it means to turn from wicked ways and why it's necessary to experience God's forgiveness, healing, and restoration.

III. Applying 2 Chronicles 7:14 to Our Lives

  • Encourage participants to reflect on areas where they need God's forgiveness, healing, or restoration.

  • Provide time for personal prayer and confession.

  • Encourage participants to commit to turning away from sin and seeking God's face daily.

IV. Obstacles to Seeking God's Face

  • Discuss common obstacles that prevent people from seeking God's face (e.g., busyness, distractions, lack of faith)

  • Encourage participants to identify their obstacles and come up with strategies for overcoming them

V. Conclusion

  • Recap the key points of the teaching

  • Encourage participants to make seeking God's face a regular part of their spiritual practice.

  • Close with a time of prayer and worship.

Optional: Depending on the length of the teaching, you could also include a section on testimonies of people who have experienced God's forgiveness, healing, and restoration after seeking His face and following the conditions of 2 Chronicles 7:14.

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