ASBC wandering booklet - Page 5



LIFE APPLICATION QUESTIONS
1. Pastor Wesley notes that God gave the children of Israel instructions to gather the mannafirstthinginthemorning.
Thisinstructionremindsusthatinaseasonof uncertainty, we must wake up, go outside, and see what God has
provided; we must wake up and find our manna. During this season, how do you start your mornings? Do you
focus on the manna that God has provided or other things?
5. Wilderness is a period of renewed appreciation and gratefulness. What active steps can you take to center your
focus and perspective on being grateful?
SPIRIT WORK
1. In order to fully understand the ministry of manna, we must read Exodus 16. This week reread Exodus 16 line-byline while asking the Holy Spirit to reveal something new. After reading, journal your notes and reflections.
2. Manna prayer: When going through a wilderness it is easy to feel overwhelmed with uncertainty— and to feel
as if you have more questions than answers. Take one day this week to be honest and transparent with God.
Write down all the questions of uncertainty you are currently facing. Next to each question right down the
answer: manna. Pray over your questions and uncertainties believing that God will provide manna to supply all
your needs.
3. God’s restriction on how much manna the Israelites could gather each day was to force them to only collect
what they need. During this time examine your greed vs. your need. Reflect on your finances, wardrobe, home
appliances, books, accessories and identify what is enough. How can you use your excess to be a blessing in the
life of someone today?
NESS A SERMON SERIES BY
REV. DR.
4. We learn from the sermon, that the ministry of manna is that God provides. When the Israelites saw the manna on
the ground they called it manna because they did not know how it got there.Think about all the manna moments
you’ve experienced in your life. How did you know it was manna?
WANDERING IN THE WILDER
3. How has God shown God’s self to me in past wilderness seasons? Where do I seek God in the present? Where can
I see ‘manna’ appearing in my daily schedule during quarantine?
HOWARD-JOHN WESLEY
2. Where in my faith walk have I trusted or not trusted God’s manna before, and what was the result?
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