October 20, 2013 – Morning Worship

MondayRomans 15:13,33; 16:20,25–27

Read through these verses. What is Paul’s desire that the Roman Christians would experience and know? How do they apply to you?

TuesdayRomans 15:13; Ephesians 2:11–22; Joel 13:15; Psalm 39:7; I Peter 1:21

Why does Paul call God the “God of hope”? Is your hope in God? If so, how does it affect your everyday life?

WednesdayRomans 15:13; Psalm 4:7; 21:6; 30:5; 92:4; Luke 2:8–20; John 15:11

Joy is a term that Paul uses extensively. Why? Is joy a term that you use, experience and manifest in your life as a Christian? Why or why not?

ThursdayRomans 15:13; Philippians 4:6–7,9; Numbers 6:22–26; Isaiah 26:3–4; 57:21

Basically the Bible talks about two kinds of peace: “peace with God” and “the peace of God”. Which is Paul talking about in Romans 15:13? Do you have it?

FridayRomans 15:13; 4:16–25; Exodus 14; 16:1–25

In Romans 15:13 “joy and peace” are connected with “believing”. Why is that? What’s the connection?

SaturdayRomans 15:13; II Kings 2:9; Ezekiel 36:22–28; John 15:5; Acts 1:8; 2:1–21; 7:54–60

“…so that by the power of the Holy Spirit you may abound in hope.” What does that mean? Application to you?