Thursday / Mar 30

Connect 20



John 1:47-51

Each day we want you to CONNECT with God through worship, prayer, and His Word.


As you begin your time in His Word today, take a moment to call out to Him in prayer. Ask Him to "open your eyes" as you read through today's passage.


As you observe the scripture today, we encourage you to take notes. Notice the emotions, reasons, context. Make sure to note what God wants you to know or do after reading the scripture. What are the takeaways for you?

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What did God want them to notice throughout this passage?

What notes & takeaways do I have?


Now that you've identified the takeaways, it's time to explore & examine the areas of your life that God needs to come under the truth. Take a moment to commit & surrender these areas in prayer.

Try this today

Nathanael takes Philip up on his offer to see the Messiah. Still allowing his view of Nazarenes to cloud his judgment, Nathanael is met with this greeting from Jesus, “Behold, an Israelite indeed, in whom there is no deceit!” Nathanael apparently had a reputation for calling it as he saw it. Jesus goes on to tell Nathanael that he had seen him under the fig tree BEFORE Philip had gone to him. Any doubt that Nathanael had was gone. He had let his thoughts on Nazareth cloud his judgment. How often do we assume about people? “They would NEVER come to church,” or even, “they have it all together and couldn’t possibly be struggling,” Jesus calls every person to come to Him. He intentionally chose hotheads, doubters, and selfish men to be His disciples. Let’s not make the mistake of thinking that anyone is too far away for the love of Jesus! 


Now it's time to tell and share with others what God is teaching you! Try this:

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John 1:29

The next day he saw Jesus coming toward him, and said, “Behold, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world!

Rewrite the verse, try to do it by memory. Then, draw a picture of the verse…what comes to mind when you read it?


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