Leader's Guide


Who would you say knows you the best?
What are some things they don’t know about you?

As humans, we are limited in how much we can really know someone. Today we are going to talk about how God is different because he is...

  • All Knowing
  • All Present (everywhere)
  • All Powerful


  1. Read Psalm 139:1-6. According to these verses, what does God know about you?
  2. Is it a good thing or a bad thing to you that God knows everything? Why?
  3. Read Psalm 139:7-12. According to these verses, where is God?
  4. Read Psalm 139:13-18 and Jeremiah 32:17. What do these verses say about God’s power?
  5. What do verses 17-18 say about how God feels about you?
  6. What would your life be like if God wasn’t all- powerful, all-knowing, or everywhere?
  7. How can knowing these three things about God help you to be more bold in talking about God with others and loving others?
  8. Sometimes we feel the need to be all-powerful (never run out of energy), all-knowing (always be “in- the-know”), and everywhere (never miss out on anything). How can this create problems for us and others? What difference does it make when we let God be God in these ways?
  9. Write the answers to these questions on scraps of paper, fold them up, put them into the middle of the table.
    • What are some problems people have?
    • What are some problems in your life that you are personally worried about?

Have students pull them out one by one and answer, “How does what we learned today address that problem?”

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