Verbs of God featuring Margaret Feinberg
Shot on location in the Rocky Mountains
Where is God when I need Him?
When we look around at the pain, loss and hurt in our world and even in our own lives, we can’t help but wonder, “God, don’t you see this? Can’t you do something about this? Where are you?”
In these four sessions, Margaret Feinberg uses fresh insights and biblical teaching to study four verbs that Scripture uses in connection with God. When we understand God’s active nature, we realize how God is always active and engaged in our lives. Even when we can’t see or feel him, God is constantly on the move and working.
Four video-driven sessions:
Session 1 – The Great I AM (15 min.)
Session 2 – The God Who Sees (12 min.)
Session 3 – The God Who Listens (14 min.)
Session 4 – The God Who Calls (14 min.)
Includes a Leader’s Guide (52 pages) and 6 Workbooks (32 pages each), in addition to four video-driven sermon illustrations:
- The Divine Element – It is as obvious and essential as the air we breathe. It holds together all that is and all that will be. It bonds with despair to create comfort. It is the one element before time from which all other elements arise. It is the holy, the sacred, and our Creator who is the Divine element.
- Hard to Live by Faith – Today many people are stressed due to finances, illness or relationships. We struggle to make sense of our pain. This poignant illustration follows a young mother’s honest, yet grateful prayer and encourages us to focus on God’s provision.
- Where is God? – It is easy to see God’s hand in the splendor of a sunset or the glory of a mountaintop. But we wonder where God is when we are in our most difficult times. This uplifting video clip illustrates how God is with us when and where we need Him most.
- Are You Listening? – From the moment we arise, we are bombarded with noise. The television blares, sirens wail, children chatter, there’s constant commotion at work. And we wonder why we don’t hear from God. This probing illustration suggests the need to be still to hear God’s call.