July 18, 2010 – Morning Worship
Monday – Matthew 6:7-13; I Samuel 8; Luke 11:20; 17:20-21; Acts 1:6
Notice that in one sense the Kingdom of God has always been here, and in another sense it came in a special way with the coming of Christ. Furthermore, it will come again when Christ returns.
Tuesday – Matthew 3:2; 4:17; 10:5-7; Luke 17:21; I Corinthians 15:22-28; Hebrews 2:8
What is the kingdom of God? Where is it? Is it here or not? How does it apply to us now?
Wednesday – John 18:36; II Corinthians 10:1-6; Ephesians 2:19-22; 4:14-16; 6:10-20
Jesus says that His kingdom is not of this world. So what kind of kingdom is He building? How should that affect our words and actions?
Thursday – Matthew 10:5-42; 16:13-20; 28:16-20; Romans 10:1-17; I Peter 3:15
How does this kingdom come? How does it advance and grow? How do we participate?
Friday – Acts 2:22-38; 17:29-31; Isaiah 2:1-5; II Peter 3:11-13
The Kingdom of God demands that we submit to King Jesus, become His disciples, and live according to His law in this world. In addition we urge others to do the same.
Saturday – Daniel 4 (also 2:44; 7:13-14); Matthew 13:31-33; Revelation 11:15
How is Nebuchadnezzar a picture of the future? How can we apply this to our lives and our witness?