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Our 2021 Consecration is all about going deeper with God! It's about seeking His face in ways that causes His presence to saturate us! We'll be covering a series of topics to shepherd us deeper into Jesus' nail-scarred hands.

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At Jesus' Feet

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February 7, 2021

On January 31, Pastor Steve taught that spirit-filled worship breaks strongholds. When God is worshiped in Spirit and truth, it releases God's presence and light and changes everything! Environments change, people experience peace, and darkness flees!  We need to cultivate this kind of worship because enemies flee when God arises! (See Psalm 68:1) We need our lives, homes, and families filled with the presence of God more than ever!  God desires to break our strongholds and live in the glory of His peace and presence! 

On February 7,  Pastor Steve taught on God's beautiful call to sit at Jesus' feet. Jesus is the Father's provision.  He is the manifestation of the Father's grace, power, and love. This means the Father is calling us to put all other things aside and sit at the feet of grace, power, and love. Martha was troubled and worried about many things, but Mary chose to sit at Jesus' feet!  This is Worship! It is to put Jesus above all other things! What a blessing Mary and Martha found! Jesus desires us to put away our worries and sit at His beautiful feet and hear His Word that brings life! Let's discover the same blessing today and choose to sit at Jesus' feet. It's going to make the difference you've been praying for!




  • Luke 10:38–42

  • Colossians 3:1–3

  • Matthew 13:22–23

  • 1 John 2:15–17

  • Luke 4:5–8


  1. What most impacts you in the text about Mary & Martha?

  2. In what ways have you been like Martha?

  3. What worries or troubles do you think have been keeping you from sitting at the feet of Jesus?

  4. What changes do you think will occur in your life as you begin to choose to sit at Jesus' feet? What about your marriage? Your family?

  5. What is the relationship between Luke 10:38-42 and the parable of the sower in Matthew 13? Why are the cares of the world so dangerous?

  6. What is the relationship between Luke 10:38-42 and Romans 12:1-2 & Romans 6:16?

  7. What is the relationship between Luke 10:38-42 and Matthew 22:36-37?

  8. What specific changes can you make this week to more like Mary instead of Martha?

  9. What changes are you looking forward to by committing to sitting at Jesus' feet?


  • That we will no longer allow our worries and the cares of this world to prevent us from sitting at Jesus' feet.

  • That we discover the rest that comes from putting Jesus first.

  • That we cultivate the "sitting at Jesus' feet" as a lifestyle of worship.

  • That we hear God's Word like never before.

  • That we will learn to worship God with all of our heart, mind, soul, and strength.

  • That we will cultivate this worship lifestyle in our marriages, family, Church, and Network!


  1. Make an entry in your consecration journal to record your thoughts about this week's teaching. Think about what will happen in your life as you sit at His feet. Get ready to write the things you believe the Holy Spirit is speaking to you.

  2. Be intentional about sitting at Jesus' feet.  Take out your calendar and record the time you're setting aside to sit at Jesus' feet.  Think about sharing it with a friend to be accountable to them.

  3. Share your testimony of what changes have taken place in your life by choosing to sit at Jesus' feet like Mary!

  • Romans 12:1–2

  • Romans 6:1–16

  • Deuteronomy 6:5

  • Matthew 22:36-37

Read, meditate, & Journal your thoughts on the following scriptures


Fasting is a powerful consecration activity that not only disciplines the body but creates clarity and sensitivity to things in the Spirit. We encourage you to pray and to commit to the fast the Lord is calling you.

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