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Finding Satisfaction for Your Soul | John 4:4-34

Do you have desires or longings that don’t ever seem to be quenched? In the second week of our sermon series called Never Be the Same, David Marvin shows us why we might feel dissatisfied and where true, life-changing satisfaction comes from.

David MarvinJun 6, 2021

In This Series (5)
Jesus in Jericho | Luke 19:1-10
John ElmoreJun 27, 2021
The Cure for Sin
David MarvinJun 20, 2021
Living a Meaningful Story | Mark 2:13-17
David PenuelJun 13, 2021
Finding Satisfaction for Your Soul | John 4:4-34
David MarvinJun 6, 2021
Show Your Wounds to Share Your Savior
John ElmoreMay 30, 2021

Summary

Do you have desires or longings that don’t ever seem to be quenched? In the second week of our sermon series called Never Be the Same, David Marvin shows us why we might feel dissatisfied and where true, life-changing satisfaction comes from.

Key Takeaways

  • We are not satisfied because we are “thirsty”, trying to fill our desires with the things of this world which will never truly fulfill us.
  • Satisfaction comes from knowing God.
  • The keys to knowing God are an ongoing relationship with Him and living life in community.
  • We are made in the image of God, so to achieve satisfaction, we need to walk with the One in whose image we are made.
  • Satisfaction comes from making God known.
  • Worshipping God in “spirit and truth” (John 4:24) is ongoing and daily.
  • We were made to spend time with God and then pour our lives out to others, just as our bodies were made to breathe in and then breathe back out.
  • You might have access to God without fully taking advantage of your relationship with Him.
  • Jesus was compelled to go out of His way to have a conversation with the Samaritan woman so that she would never be the same.
  • God knows everything about us and why we do the things that we do, and instead of running from us, He runs towards us.

Discussing and Applying the Sermon

  • What things of the world do you look to for satisfaction, and how can you shift your perspective to focus on the only One who will truly satisfy?
  • What steps can you take to deepen your everyday intimacy with God?
  • Are there any opportunities around you to serve the body of Christ out of an overflow of your relationship with Him?

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