Introduction Are you connected to the Lamb? David was once called a man after God’s own heart. He danced and sang and had great passion for The Lamb in his life. But with status, success, and the name he made for himself, The Lamb was pushed farther and farther away. Have you allowed life to steal the passion you once had? It’s time to reconnect to The Lamb.
- In the story Nathan tells in 2 Samuel 12, whom does the rich man represent? Who does the lamb represent?
- What was the one thing the poor man had that King David no longer had?
- In Exodus 12:6 there is an important instruction about the Lamb that is to be sacrificed at Passover. What is it?
- This message is about integrating “The Lamb” into every part of your life. Are you leaving Him out of any part of your life?
- How can you become more connected to the Lamb?
Conclusion There is no greater possession than to have a connection to the Lamb. When your life centers on The Lamb, you have everything that matters.
Connection Point: Your lamb shall be without blemish, a male of the first year: ye shall take it out from the sheep, or from the goats: And ye shall keep it up until the fourteenth day of the same month … (Exodus 12:5-6).