Connection Questions

November 25, 2016

A Cup or a Well

Perspective is a powerful thing. Often our trials are magnified and our blessings, minimized. This is exactly what the enemy wants us to believe. The truth tells us differently. Though we all encounter a cup of trials, God blesses His believers with a never ending WELL of blessing. Give Him praise today! You are blessed.


Connection Point

“But whoever drinks of the water that I shall give him will never thirst. But the water that I shall give him will become in him a fountain of water springing up into everlasting life” (John 4:14).


Connection Questions

  1. In the Old Testament we had a cup of salvation, what do we have in the New Testament?
  2. What does the "cup" represent in the Old Testament? How did one maintain their salvation?
  3. What are New Testament trials referred to? What hope does this give us?
  4. How do we get the "junk out of the well?"
  5. What direction is "God's language?" What does this mean to you?
  6. We are called to be _________-bearers.


The cup we keep returning to, our own might, will always leave us desperate for more. But God’s well is sufficient. The full life awaits you at His well. A restored family awaits you at His well. Provision and healing await you at His well. Take your eyes off of the cup of trials, and return to His well.