November 23, 2014 – Morning Worship
Monday – Joshua 24 (esp. vss 14-28)
Read Joshua 24. What are the lessons and applications for us?
Tuesday – Joshua 24:14-28; Romans 12
How are Joshua 24:14-28 and Romans 12 alike? They both have a “therefore”, which tells us what? What is the application to your life?
What do these passages teach us about the commitment God demands in His people? How does that affect your everyday life?
How do these passages show us that to believe, obey and faithfully follow the Lord is the only logical response to God’s faithful- ness to His covenantal promises? Some argue that faith is not logical, it’s spiritual. What do you think?
In Joshua 24:19-20 Joshua’s response to Israel’s profession of faith (vs. 18) seems surprising, inappropriate and maybe even rude. Why do you think he said that? How might is apply to our commitment to Christ?
Notice the need for “witnesses” in these passages (i.e. heavens, earth, mountains, stones). Why? How does this apply to us in Christ’s church?
October 26, 2014 – Morning Worship
Monday – Joshua 24:1-13
Read the passage in Joshua. What are the lessons and applications for us?
Tuesday – Joshua 24:1-13; Acts 9:1-22
Read these passages and pick out the examples of “amazing grace.” What are some examples from your life?
What do these passages tell us about the pace of God as He fulfills His promises for His people? What can you learn from this for your life?
How do these passages remind us that God works in mysterious ways? What are some examples from your life?
What do these passages teach us about the power of God? What effect should that have upon your daily life?
“And you lived in the wilderness a long time”, “I will never leave you or forsake you.” (Joshua 1:5; 24:7b) The Lord promises to always be with us and take care of our needs. Do you believe that? If you do, how does your life show it?
October 19, 2014 – Morning Worship
Monday – Joshua 23
Read Joshua 23. What are the lessons for the Church of today? For you?
Tuesday – Joshua 23; Matthew 24:36-51
Read these two portions of scripture. Are they teaching the same basic idea? What is it? What is the application for your life?
Read all these passages first. Joshua’s about to die: he wants Israel and its leaders to know and do something. What is it? Why? Did they do it? Did it work? What’s the best plan?
As the Israelites go out to conquer the rest of the Promised Land, Joshua encourages them to go with confidence. Why? What’s the application to your daily life? To the church?
These passages stress the importance of obedience to the word of God. We are to be “careful”, or “take care”, or “be dili- gent”, etc. to remember and obey the word of God. What’s the application for you?
The word of God is very clear that the judgment of God is real and is coming in the future. Has the church made this clear today? Have you? Should you?