July 3, 2011 – Morning Worship

Monday Judges 5
Read the Song of Deborah and Barak. What are they celebrating? What are they condemning? How does it apply to us as Christians?

Tuesday Judges 5:4-5; Exodus 19:10-25; Psalm 68:7-10; Revelation 1:9-20
In these passages we get a glimpse of what it’s like when the Lord comes, when he is present. How should this affect our view of God and how we live day to day?

Wednesday Psalm 18; II Kings 6:8-23; II Corinthians 11:16-12:10
Our glorious God, whose coming affects all of creation, is the same God who comes again and again to save us and to help us. How have you seen this in your life?

Thursday Judges 5:11d-23; Numbers 13:25-14:12; Luke 14:12-24
Some of God’s people risk their lives and go forth to battle and some hang back and don’t. What does that mean? How does it apply to you?

Friday Judges 5:24-27; Exodus 14:21-15:27; Revelation 19
Jael is exalted for killing Sisera; the God of Israel is exalted and praised for destroying the Egyptians; Christ and His angels are praised for destroying His enemies on the last day many modern Christians have a problem with joy over the destruction of God’s enemies. Do you? How can we apply this today?

Saturday Judges 5:31; II Thessalonians 1:5-12; Deuteronomy 6:4-6; Matthew 6:10; John 14:15-23
Judges 5:31 is another way of saying “your kingdom come”! Praying that God’s enemies will be defeated and God’s people will love Him, serve Him, and find strength in Him: is that your prayer?