DBJ-P139: 3rd Peer Reflective Wisdom Practice

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This Tuesday, August 17th we finish our summer 2021 Peer Reflective Wisdom Practice series meditating on emotional security via Psalm 139, incorporating elements of DBJ AGONY Edition.

Please bring paper & pen, as each section includes time for silent reflection and journaling before we share.

  1. Opening Prayer
  2. Reflect on Last Month’s Themes
    1. Security, Consolation, Sanctuary
    2. Share your emotional reaction (scale of 1-10)
    3. Try to use the Emotion Wheel
  3. Psalm 139:13-16 NLT
    1. 13 You made all the delicate, inner parts of my body and knit them together in my mother’s womb. 
    2. 14 Thank you for making me so wonderfully complex! It is amazing to think about. Your workmanship is marvelous—and how well I know it. 
    3. 15 You were there while I was being formed in utter seclusion! 
    4. 16 You saw me before I was born and scheduled each day of my life before I began to breathe. Every day was recorded in your book!
  4. Absorb Scripture
    1. Share Notice/Like/Wonder/Feel
    2. Share a Question to Ponder
  5. Guided Memories
    1. Imagine a safe/holy place
    2. Picture Jesus with you
    3. Ask Him what you should revisit
    4. Write that down (no need to share)
  6. Observe Feelings
    1. Try to use the Emotional Wheel
    2. Write them down
    3. Pitch around
  7. Name the Pain
    1. Free-associate terms
    2. Work as a group to converge
  8. Yield to Jesus
    1. A shares what they need from Jesus
    2. B repeats it back
    3. A affirms and clarifies
    4. B prays for A
  9. Word to Remember
    1. Journal
    2. Pitch arround
  10. Closing Prayer
Emotion Wheel

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