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Life Group Announcements
  1. Men Save the date: Men’s Weekend is May 5th and 6th
  2. Easter is in 2 weeks. Invite a friend, and bring some cash for the food trucks. Also bring beach chair, sun umbrella, beach towels,… we want the Easter Family fun to feel like a day at the park
Life Group Questions:  Making the Supernatural Natural
1.     How did the Holy Spirit speak to you this week?
2.     Read Ezekiel 37:1-14.  What jumps out at you in this passage?
3.     Read Ezekiel 37:1-3.  Why did God ask Ezekiel if these bones can live?  What does faith have to do with making the supernatural natural?  Share an example in your life where you need the supernatural presence and power of God.  How does faith play a role in that?
4.     Continue to read Ezekiel 37:4-8.  Here God is telling Ezekiel to prophesy, which is to proclaim God’s Word.  Even though the bones were still very dry bones Ezekiel was to proclaim and stand on God’s promise/word.  It was this faith in action that began making the supernatural natural.  What promise is God asking you to stand on today?  Perhaps that God will bring you His supernatural peace, or restore your marriage?
5.     Look at Ezekiel 37:9-10.  Here God tells Ezekiel to prophesy to the breath (Rauch), which is the same word for Spirit.  What is happening here is God is telling Ezekiel to pray to the Holy Spirit, for we need the Holy Spirit to put breath in our bodies.  Our challenge is that we forget to breath!  We tend to pray as a last resort instead of unceasingly.  Spend some time together praying for God’s supernatural presence.  Ask the Holy Spirit to fill you to an overflow.  Spend some time praying for each other.  Listen to the Spirit and then respond in faith.
6.     Practice listening to the Spirit and then proclaiming God’s Word/scripture over each other in Love.  This proclamation is form of prophesying.  Proclaiming God’s word over one another in love is an act of making the supernatural natural.  Let me give you an simple example: 
“Brother/sister, God’s word in Philippians 1:6 states, He is faithful to complete the work He started.  I want to encourage you that God sees you as His beautiful child in His image (John 1:12).  God wants to do immeasurably more in your life than you can ask for or imagine (Ephesians 3:20).  Continue to step out in faith believing God for the impossible.”
Julian Malotti