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Daniel 4

The Most High Rules Senior Pastor Matthew St. John

Pastor Matthew St. John || May 22, 2016

Executive Assistant, Sue Johnson [email protected]

Senior Associate Pastor Paul Schoolmeesters

Executive Assistant, Jess Giah [email protected]

Children’s Ministries Jake Miller

Administrative Assistant, Randi Soderstrom [email protected]

Global Ministries Herb Janes

Assistant, Kendre Pust [email protected]

Student Ministries Jeremy Deck

Administrative Assistant, Tracy Maas [email protected]

Worship Arts Jeff McCourt

Assistant, Peggy McCourt [email protected]

Young Adults Ministries Dayton Dodge

Administrative Assistant, Jennifer Stahl [email protected]

Community Outreach Cassie Davison Bair

Administrative Assistant, Sherry Olson [email protected]

Life Groups & Latino Ministries Pablo Cachon

Administrative Assistant, Xochitl Cachon [email protected]

Women’s Ministries Andrea Tyson

Administrative Assistant, Kristi Johnson [email protected]

Men’s Ministries Marshall Posey

Administrative Assistant, Jennifer Stahl [email protected]

Care Ministries Ryan Fair

Care Coordinator, Mary Reilly [email protected]

Disability Ministry George Reilly

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Elder Leadership Team Ken Brown Mike Brown Paul Davis Derrick Grow Chris Haskett Jerry Hoffman David Quon Rich Russell Jot Turner Jeff Westman Ken Wright

05-22-16 Bulletin.indd 2

discussion questions 1. Think of a time when you had a strong sense God was directing the details of your life. What was that like for you? What were the circumstances shaping that season? 2. Carefully read Daniel 4:17, 25 & 32. There is an important theme running through each of these verses—something regarding God. How might you correlate that theme with the current political climate in the United States? 3. It is easy to see in Daniel 4:27 wise counsel for any ruler. But in what way is Daniel 4:27 instructive to you personally? What might it look like, for instance, for you to be “showing mercy to the oppressed?” 4. King Nebuchadnezzar lifted his eyes to heaven and humbled himself before God who was disciplining him (cp. Daniel 4:34). Take time to thoughtfully read Hebrews 12:11. In what ways has God’s discipline in your own life helped you mature as a disciple of Jesus? 5. Daniel 4, in many ways, is a very personal story of how God has changed one man’s life. Take some time right now and write out on one page the story of how God has changed your life, giving attention to the reality your sin and the power of God’s mercy through Jesus Christ. Share that story with those around you. Message notes are available at Next Week: Daniel 5: Don’t Linger When God Points His Finger, Pastor Matthew St. John

May 22, 2016 Sunday Worship Gatherings • 763-533-2449

8:00am Heritage 9:30am Contemporary 11:00am Contemporary

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