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Bible Study: Vocations
Written by God...brought to you by the Bible Geek® Do you ever wonder what God's calling you to do with/in your life? Does the idea of being a priest or a nun frighten you? Do you hope (maybe even pray) that God's not calling you? Read Hebrews 10:7 Is this how you feel? What holds you back? What specific things? List your five greatest fears, in order. Read Hebrews 5:1-4 What strikes you about this passage? What are we being called to? Read 2 Timothy 1:9 How do we respond? Read Isaiah 6:8 Read Joshua 24:14-15 Is this our response? It's not gonna be easy, He warns us. Read: 2 Timothy 1:8 2 Timothy 2:3 James 5:10

But others have done it…others have had the courage to respond. Read Hebrews 13:7 They have an important task, one that is essential for God's children.

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It's very clear. Read 2 Timothy 4:5 Pray for courage. Pray for openness. Remember, Hebrews 10:7 "Then I said, 'Behold, I come to do your will, O God.'" "The priesthood continues the work of redemption on earth…If we really understood the priest on earth, we would die not of fright but of love…The priesthood is the love of the heart of Jesus." - St. John Vianney

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