Message Action Plan

The Father-Heart of God

If you’ve ever studied Psalm 139, you know that it celebrates the power and greatness of God. But did you know that as the “crown of Psalms” this verse addresses choir directors with words to be set to music for worship? That’s why this weekend at Saddleback Church, three-time Grammy winner, Michael W. Smith started out his message by quoting Psalm 139 and the influence music has had on his life. The talented singer-songwriter shared family stories and how his father—a true man of God—was his ultimate hero in his life. Don’t miss this remarkable message as Michael weaves Scripture into personal experiences that will encourage you and give a picture of God's endless love. You’ll learn how the singer’s time alone in nature brought him closer to Christ and drew him near to the heart of his Heavenly Father.

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How precious are your thoughts about me, O God.They cannot be numbered! I can’t even count them; they outnumber the grains of sand!  Psalm 139:17-18

 Action Plan:  Start each morning this week asking God for eyes to see and ears to hear for that day. Take a posture of receptivity and be open to whatever God may be wanting to tell you or show you that day. 

Action Plan: Look at your calendar and mark an upcoming day when you can have an extended quiet time, perhaps even going somewhere by yourself for a while. Consider using Saddleback’s Personal Retreat Guide which you can download here.  

Action Plan: Ladies, don’t forget about Pray Love Lead this Wednesday night. For all information on the event, click here

Doable Discipleship: Check out this week’s episode featuring a conversation on what it means to love God with all of your strength. New episodes are released every Tuesday. To watch or listen, click here.

Music and a Message with Grammy Winner Michael W. Smith
August 20 - August 20, 2017Watch Series
  • The Father-Heart of God
    August 20, 2017