July 31, 2011 – Morning Worship

Monday Judges 8:22-32; Galatians 2:11-14; I John 3
What does it mean for Christians to “walk the talk”? Why is it so important? Why is it so hard?

Tuesday II Chronicles 16; 18:1-19:3; 26:16-23; II Kings 20:12-21
Consider Kings Asa, Jehoshaphat, Uzziah, and Hezekiah, who were generally faithful to the Lord but did not remain faithful to the end. What happened? What can we learn from this?

Wednesday Judges 6:28; Exodus 28:1-35; 39:1-26; I Samuel 23:9-12; 30:7-8
Consider the ephod along with the role of the Urim and the Thummim to discern God’s will. Why do you think Gideon made an ephod?

Thursday – I Samuel 4:1-11; Matthew 12:38-42; 16:1-4; Luke 16:19-31
Why is God’s word never enough for God’s people? Why do we always want more? Answer these questions from these passages.

Friday Jeremiah 15:1-9; Matthew 25; Romans 2:1-5
Notice that even though our Lord is patient and longsuffering and that this is the Day of Salvation, that there will come a day (the Day of the Lord) when final judgment will come. How can we apply this in our lives and our witness?

Saturday Psalm 23; John 14; Romans 8:31-39
Reading through the book of Judges it’s easy to be discouraged. It seems impossible to remain faithful and steadfast. What is our hope? Who is our hope?