Our members are encouraged to faithfully read god's word

Each day we have a suggested passage and then some questions to consider.

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    Walking in the Word


     

    Sunday:  June 30

         Read Acts 22 – What did Paul say that upset “the crowd”?

     

    Monday: July 1

         Read Acts 23 – What did Paul say that pit Pharisees and Sadducees against each other?  Who discovered the plot to kill Paul?

     

    Tuesday: July 2

         Read Acts 24 – What was the outcome of Paul’s trial before Felix?  Who was Drusilla?

     

    Wednesday: July 3

         Read Acts 25 – Who was Festus?  What was his dilemma?

     

    Thursday: July 4

         Read Acts 26 – Who was Agrippa (see https://www.compellingtruth.org/Herod-Agrippa.html) What was Paul’s defense before him?

     

    Friday: July 5

         Read Acts 27 – Why did the author of Acts include this story if Acts is telling of the work of the Holy Spirit in the early church?

     

    Saturday: July 6

         Read Acts 28 – What happened on Malta?  Where does the story of Acts end?  What would you have liked it to include?



     

    Revelation

     

    As we read Revelation, remember the key to its meaning is the Old Testament, not local news.

     

    Sunday:  July 7

         Read Revelation 1 – Where was John? Why? What does this vision teach us about Jesus?

     

    Monday: July 8

         Read Revelation 2 – Look at what Jesus praises and criticizes with each church.

     

    Tuesday: July 9

         Read Revelation 3 – once again, what does Jesus praise and what does he warn against? Which of these seven churches most closely resembles yours?

     

    Wednesday: July 10 – Read Revelation 4, Ezekiel 1, 10 What does this vision tell us about God?

     

    Thursday: July 11 – Read Revelation 5 and Genesis 49:9  Who is this Lion of Judah and what did he do?

     

    Friday: July 12 – Read Revelation 6 and Zechariah 6:1-8, What will happen with each of the seals?  Have any of these taken place yet?  What does that tell us?

     

    Saturday: July 13 – Read Revelation 7  Who are the people with the white robes?

     

    Sunday:  July 14

         Read Revelation 8 – What was the function of trumpets in the ancient world?

     

    Monday: July 15

         Read Revelation 9 – Reread verses twenty and twenty-one, the rest of the people still did not do what?  Could that have been the desired outcome of the trumpets?

     

    Tuesday: July 16

         Read Revelation 10 & Ezekiel 3:1-3  What is the meaning of the scroll?

     

    Wednesday: July 17

         Read Revelation 11 & Zechariah 4  What or who are the two Olive trees and two lampstands?

     

    Thursday: July 18

         Read Revelation 12 & Psalm 2:9  Identify the child, woman, and dragon.  Which ones are you most confident about?

     

    Friday: July 19

         Read Revelation 13 & Daniel 7  Note there are four beasts from the sea in Daniel 7 and only one in Revelation 13.  Why?  We are given the identity of the beasts in Daniel 7, what is the beast in Revelation 13?

     

    Saturday: July 20

         Read Revelation 14   Who are the 144,000?  What event is described here?

     

    Sunday:  July 21

         Read Revelation 15 – Verse one explains why God would send seven plagues, why?

     

    Monday: July 22

         Read Revelation 16 – Why is God just in sending plagues on the earth?

     

    Tuesday: July 23

         Read Revelation 17 – verses nine and eighteen are hints at who this woman is, what is the city on seven hills, and what was the city that ruled the world at that time?

     

    Wednesday: July 24

         Read Revelation 18 & Isaiah 47:7,8  What does Babylon represent?  Why will Babylon be destroyed?

     

    Thursday: July 25

         Read Revelation 19 – Most modern day “end time prophets” predict a great battle at the end of time, a battle between followers of Jesus and followers of an antichrist, what does this chapter say about such a battle?

     

    Friday: July 26

         Read Revelation 20 – What/who will be destroyed a the end of time?

     

    Saturday: July 27

         Read Revelation 21,22 – note how much this looks like the Garden of Eden.  Why?


      

    1 Corinthians

     

    Sunday:  July 28

         Read Deuteronomy 4 – God wants neighboring people to see what a great God the people of Israel serve, how are they to show that?

     

    Monday: July 29

         Read 1 Corinthians 1 – What four groups were the Corinthians arguing about? Name four groups believers argue about today.

     

    Tuesday: July 30

         Read 1 Corinthians 2 – Where does Paul want you to find wisdom?

     

    Wednesday: July 31

         Read 1 Corinthians 3 – What is the foundation of Paul’s message?

     

    Thursday: August 1

         Read 1 Corinthians 4 – In verse 18 Paul wrote, “imitate me,” was he being arrogant? Could you tell people that?

     

    Friday: August 2

         Read 1 Corinthians 5 – What does Paul say to do with those who are “immoral, drunkards, swindlers, slanderers, …” who are inside the church? What if they are outside the church?  Why the difference?

     

    Saturday: August 3

         Read 1 Corinthians 6 – Does Paul forbid all lawsuits?  Why is sexual immorality so destructive?

      




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