March 3, 2013 – Morning Worship

MondayRomans 10:14–21 (esp. vss. 16–21); Isaiah 53:1; John 12:36b-43

What’s Paul’s point in Romans 10:16–21? How does it apply to us?

TuesdayMark 1:35–39; Matthew 4:12–17; Acts 10:34–43; I Corinthians 1:21; 9:16

God’s sovereignty is election

WednesdayRomans 10:18–20; Psalm 19:4; Deuteronomy 32:15–21; Isaiah 65:1–7

What is Paul saying to the Jews? What part does jealousy play? Should the Jews be surprised that the gospel is being preached to the Gentiles?

ThursdayJohn 6:22–70; Exodus 32:32; Psalm 69:28; Philippians 4:3; Revelation 3:5

God has a definite plan to save a definite number of people. Each one’s name is in the Book of Life. Why then do we do evangelism?

FridayRomans 10:20; Acts 9:1–22; Deuteronomy 7:6–9; I Corinthians 1:26–31

How is Paul’s conversion in Acts 9:1–22 an example of Romans 10:20? How does it apply to you?

SaturdayII Timothy 4:1–5; Psalm 119:105; Ezekiel 3; Mark 1:35–39; Acts 6:4

Imagine – no matter what the circumstances, Paul tells Timothy (II Timothy 4:1–5) that he needs to do what? How does that apply to the church and to each Christian?