July 29, 2012 – Morning Worship

MondayRomans 6:12-23; Exodus 22

We are called from being “slaves of sin” to being “slaves of righteousness.” What does that mean? Is that a good thing? Why?

TuesdayRomans 6:13; Job 31:1; Psalm 119:1-24; Philippians 2:12-13; Colossians 3

Read Romans 6:13: how do we do that?

WednesdayRomans 6:14; Job 1:1-2:10

Read Romans 6:14. “Sin will have no dominion over you since you are not under law but under grace.” What does that mean? How does it apply to you?

ThursdayRomans 6:17-18; Leviticus 19; Matthew 5:17-20; 6:33

“Slaves of righteousness” – what is righteousness? Should we seek, pray, work to be righteous? What or why not?

FridayMatthew 5:17-20; 6:1-18; 15:1-9; Isaiah 1; Romans 6:17

Back to Matthew 5:17-20: how do we “exceed the righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees?

SaturdayRomans 6:23; Deuteronomy 28; John 3:16; 5:24; 6:47

How is Romans 6:23 a clear statement of the gospel? How does this verse apply to you and your witness?