mp3 – Delivered on July 13, 2014 by Steve Hollidge for evening worship
March 2, 2014 – Morning Worship
Monday – Isaiah 58; 61:1–2; Luke 4:16–21
In Isaiah 58 the people of God were fasting, but it was not acceptable to God. Why not? What was missing?
Tuesday – Isaiah 58:6–10; James 2:14–26
In Isaiah 58:6–10 the prophet describes “true acceptable fasting.” Why is mercy ministry (i.e. care for the needy) the observable proof of proper fasting?
Wednesday – Luke 4:14–44; Isaiah 61:1–2
Read these passages carefully and answer the question: why did Jesus come to earth?
John the Baptist sent his disciples to Jesus with the question: “are you the one to come or should we look for another?” How does His answer help us to think about mercy ministry?
What does the Old Testament teach us about caring for the poor and needy?
What does the New Testament teach us about caring for the poor and needy? How can we apply these lessons in our lives, family and church?
February 16, 2014 – Morning Worship
Monday – Romans 16:20; I Samuel 17
“God will crush Satan under your feet.” What do you think that means?
Tuesday – Ephesians 6:10–20; Joshua 6
Spiritual warfare is part of the Christian’s life. Why? How does it apply to you?
Wednesday – Genesis 3; Romans 16:20
The commentators tell us that Romans 16:20 is connected to Genesis 3:15. What do you think?
Many Christians struggle with the phrase “the God of peace will soon crush Satan under your feet.” How about you? Do you have a problem with that phrase? Why or why not?
“…the God of peace will soon crush Satan under ‘your’ feet.” How does God do this under “our” feet? What do we have to do with it?
“…the God of peace will ‘soon’ crush Satan…” What do you think the word “soon” means in Romans 16:20? How does it apply to us now?