"Come, Thou Fount" was written by a man who experienced a dramatic conversion from gang member to preacher. The hymn acknowledges God as the giver of every blessing. It raises the God who seeks us out when we are straying and asks him to unite our hearts with his so that we never wander away again.
Who receives praise for the blessings we are given? How can we commemorate God's actions on our behalf? How can we avoid wandering away from our Savior?
Table of Contents
SCRIPTURE: Deuteronomy 8:6–20; 1 Samuel 7:2–13; Ephesians 1:3–10
• Identify the Issue
• Discover the Eternal Principles
–Teaching point one: God, the source of all our blessings, is worthy of praise.
–Teaching point two: It is important to remember times in our lives when God has been our source of help.
–Teaching point three: We need to guard against wandering from the Lord.
• Apply Your Findings
• Recommended Resources
Total number of pages – 11