August 4, 2013 – Morning Worship
Monday – Romans 13:8–14; Exodus 20:1–17
How does love for one another fulfill the law? What does love have to do with law?
Tuesday – Exodus 22–23; Romans 13:8–10
Look at all these commandments from God to His people. To obey them is an expression of love to their neighbor – why?
Wednesday – Romans 13:8; Leviticus 19; Matthew 5:43–48; 22:36–39; I John 4:7–12
Why does Paul say we owe each other love? Is love a debt? In what way? Why?
Thursday – I Corinthians 13; I John 3:16–18; Ruth 1:1–18
From these passages describe how love is expressed by actions and behavior. How does this apply to you?
Friday – Romans 13:11–12; Matthew 24:36–51
Paul says it’s time to wake up! Why? What does he mean? What is the application to you?
Saturday – Romans 13:13–14; John 3:19–21; Ephesians 4:17–5:21
“Let us walk properly as in the daytime.” What does Paul mean by that? Are you walking properly? What does daytime mean here?