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The Summit Church

"Mission Critical": Who Am I?

"Mission Critical": Who Am I?

Discussion Guide: Week 2

Locations & Times

The Summit Church - Kernersville

4440 High Point Rd, Kernersville, NC 27284, USA

Thursday 6:30 PM

Sunday 9:30 AM

Sunday 11:00 AM

Use this space to take your general notes during the message.
We spend a lot of time thinking about our identity and who we are. But have you ever stopped to think about Jesus' identity and who He truly is? That is exactly what we are discussing in week 2 of our "Mission Critical" series.
Ice Breaker: Why is our self-identity so important?
Pastor Jonathan began with a "Mission Critical" discussion between Jesus and His Disciples. Read Matthew 16:13-18. Why is it so significant that Jesus changed Peter's name, from Simon to Peter, which means "Rock"?
Think about your relationship with Jesus. Who is He to you?
- A Baby in Manger: reason for Christmas with no bearing on life
- A Good Man: He taught and did great things
- The Savior: He forgave sin. He is there when I mess up
- A Blesser: He does good things for me
- A Provider: He meets my needs
- In Control: He fixes my life
The best answer to explain who Jesus is, is that Jesus is Lord. As Pastor Jonathan said, "Jesus is who He is, whether or not He is to you." Ultimately, we don't decide who He is or what areas of our lives He is a part of. He is in all of it. Why is this an important reminder for each of us?
Who Jesus is to you will determine what you believe and do. What is one area of your life that would change if you truly believed that Jesus is Lord? Imagine if we began and ended every day with that declaration.
Let's join Peter and build our life on the truth that Jesus is Lord of it ALL. Take time and pray to our Heavenly Father. Ask Him to be Lord of every aspect of your life. Ask Him to help you make it more than a statement, but a way of living.

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