November 18, 2012 – Morning Worship
Monday – Romans 8:31–36; Deuteronomy 7:1–15
What are the five main questions in Romans 8:31–36 and what is the answer to each one? How does this affect your life?
Tuesday – Romans 8:31; Judges 7
If God is for us, who or what can be against us? What is the answer? What is the application for you?
Wednesday – Romans 8:32; Psalm 23; Exodus 16:1–26
What is the potential fear Paul is dealing with in Romans 8:32? What is the answer? How does it apply to you?
Thursday – Romans 8:33–34; Job 22; 42
What is the concern that Paul is considering in Romans 8:33–34? Is this your concern? What is the wonderful answer and comfort for any with this concern?
In Romans 8:35–36 Paul lists some possible obstacles that tempt us to doubt Christ’s love for us. How can we continue to believe Christ loves us in the midst of such obstacles?
From these passages consider what we should remember when the world, the flesh and the devil tempt us to doubt Christ’s love for us.