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Isaiah 40:4-8 NIV
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Isaiah 40:4-8 NIV
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Isaiah 2:1-4 NIV
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Isaiah 2:1-4 NIV
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Living By Faith When You Just Don't Understand Habakkuk 1:12-2:4 Summary: Here is a really hard question: We know God is always good and holy. So why does he allow or use evil in the world? That is the hard question the prophet Habakkuk asks when he realizes God's people will be attacked and carried away by a nation that seem much more sinful than Israel. Habakkukís second complaint: His confidence in God His willingness to wait Godís second answer: His timing is perfect His call to faith Verse: Romans 1:17b ...As it is written, ďThe righteous shall live by faith.Ē Discussion questions: 1. How do you react when reading this passage and hearing that God planned to use a brutal and wicked nation to be the instrument of reproof for His people? 2. Do you ever struggle when you see unbelievers prosper while you or other Christians suffer? Why? What hope does this passage offer? 3. Where is the good news of the Gospel for us in this passage? How did Jesus' death defeat our greater enemy once and for all? What would it look like to now live in the gap until Jesus comes back?
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This is a simple word search based on Exodus 17:1-7. God uses Moses to bring water from a rock.
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1 Timothy 2:1-7 NIV
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When God Doesnít Make Sense Habakkuk 1:1 -2:4 Summary: Have you ever had really hard things happen and wanted to ask God hard questions? Does it ever seem like God isnít around when things get tough or like maybe he doesnít really care about your struggles? Today we start a series of sermons through then little Old Testament book Habakkuk. The prohet Habakkuk saw much evil in his nation and asked God the hard question: ďGod, where are you? Arenít you going to do something?Ē Letís listen in to the conversation: Outline: 1. A big complaint 2. A hard answer 3. A call to faith Verse: Galatians 3:11 (ESV): Now it is evident that no one is justified before God by the law, for ďThe righteous shall live by faith.Ē Discussion questions: 1. How would you describe Habakkuk's complaint to God? How should we
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Song of Solomon 8:6-7 NIV
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Song of Solomon 8:6-7 NIV
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To the Ends of the Earth, Part 2 Acts 28:17-31 Summary: Last we heard, Paul was bitten by a snake on Malta but God protected him, and Paul arrived safely in Rome just as God had promised. Letís listen in to hear what God had in store not just for Paul in Rome, but for all nations as well. Outline: Mission accomplished, but not concluded The Holy Spiritís warning The unchained Word to all nations Verse: Acts 1:8 But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.Ē Discussion Questions: 1. Does the ending of this book seem to leave unanswered questions for you? Why do you think it ends the way it does? 2. What is the important point of Paul's quote from Isaiah? Why is it needed still today? 3. What is Paul's message to these Jews in this passage (see esp. v 31)? What might that kind of ministry look like for us as aa church or you individually? 4. What are the main applications you could take away from the study of Acts?
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Philippians 4:6-9 NIV
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Philippians 4:6-9 NIV
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John 21:9-19 -
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Acts 28:1-16 To the Ends of the Earth, Part 1 Summary: Last week we saw God's powerful hand as He saved Paul and the passengers on a ship from a scary storm. But his trials aren't over yet! He gets bitten by a snake, but God protects him! Today let's look at the rest of the journey, where God protects and uses Paul as he lands on the island of Malta: Outline: 1. God's power 2. God's promise 3. God's provision Verse: Acts 1:8 ...And you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.Ē Discussion Questions: 1. Why do you think God protected Paul from physical harm (the snake bite)? Should we expect this now? 2. What do we learn about God's providence in this passage? How does he fulfill his promises to Paul? To you and me? 3. What was Paul's response when he came to fellow Christians in Rome? What might we learn here about the value of the bonds that Jesus creates between believers?
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Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 NIV
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Acts 27 Peril on the Sea Summary: Have you ever been on a boat? They can be a lot of fun! But if you've ever been on a boat in a storm, it can be really scary! Today let's listen as Paul continues to follow God's call. As a prisoner he sails on a boat that gets caught in a huge storm! Let's listen in and see how God preserves Paul and keeps his promises: Outline: Warning Promise Encouragement Love Verse: Acts 27:25 So take heart, men, for I have faith in God that it will be exactly as I have been told. Discussion Questions: 1. How would you compare this account to the account of Jonah when he flees to Tarshish? To Jesus calming the storm? What are the similarities and differences? Why is this helpful to compare these accounts? 2. How does Paul's confidence in God's will help you, even though you and I don't get specific words about the future? 3. If it was God's plan for Paul to preach in Rome, why might He have allowed this storm? What might that tell us about our own sufferings?
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Job 42:1-6 NIV
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Acts 25-26 Defense Before Kings Summary: A few weeks ago we talked about what it would be like to get in trouble for something you know you didnít do. That is whatís happening to Paul in Acts 25-26. Letís listen to his trust in Godís plan as he makes a defense before the King: 1. A certain verdict 2. A servant and witness 3. Almost persuaded Verse: Acts 26:16 (ESV): But rise and stand upon your feet, for I have appeared to you for this purpose, to appoint you as a servant and witness... Discussion Questions: 1. How would you describe Paulís defense? What do you see in it that helps us understand our calling as a servant and witness for Jesus in the world? 2. Why does Paul appeal to Caesar? How is God at work by his providence behind everything in this narrative? How might God be calling you to trust Him as you think about your own future?
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