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Let The Word Loose

Read 2 Timothy 2:8-10

I. BE CONVINCED OF THE MESSAGE              2:8-9

  • What two facts about Jesus are we challenged to remember in verse 8?
  • What is significant about these facts?
  • How are these same 2 facts described in: John 1:1-3, 14? Romans 1:2-4? Give phrases for each fact.
  • In your own words, explain the Gospel.
  • Are you convinced the Gospel is true? John 14:6; Acts 4:12; Romans 1:16
  • In what way are you bound…to a job? By poor health?  Etc.
  • If you are bound, how are you encouraged by verse 9? Apply it to your situation.

II. BE COMMITTED TO THE MISSION              2:10

If all Christians were like you, would Paul have said the Word was bound? If you are convinced of the message and committed to the mission, what will you do to turn the Word loose?

This Bible study was prepared especially for the Spring 2019 Newsletter.

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God Is There

I. He Helps
* Which verses in Psalm 63 imply that the Psalmist was experiencing trouble?
* What phrase refers to the Psalmist’s sleepless nights? Why do you think he couldn’t sleep?
* What keeps you up at night?
* When sleepless, what did the Psalmist do? What do you do?
* What encouragement do you receive from the following verses? Psalm 10:14; 18:35; 28:7; 30:2; 46:1, 5; 94:7; 118:13
* If you need God’s help, what do you need to do? Matthew 8:5; 15:25; Luke 4:38; John 15:7

II. He Hides
* Where did the Psalmist say God hid him?
* How is this same thought expressed in Ruth 2:12; Psalm 17:8; 36:7; 61:4; 91:4? Give phrases.
* What does this thought mean to you? Psalm 25:1; 32:10; 56:3; 62:8

III. He Holds
* How was the Psalmist held?
* What is the significance of the right hand? Exodus 15:6, 12; Psalm 16:11; 17:7; 18:35; Isaiah 62:8
* In light of the significance of God’s right hand, write out Isaiah 41:10 in your own words.
* Is there any danger that God’s grip will loosen, or that He will let go of you? John 10:29
* When things get worse, what encouragement do you receive from Isaiah 41:13? 46:4? Deuteronomy 1:31?

When things get worse, place your faith in the God who is there to help, hide, and hold you.

This Bible study was prepared especially for the Winter 2019 Newsletter.

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Ready or Not?

This Bible study was prepared especially for the Winter 2018 Newsletter.

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Choices

  • What choices did the following men make? Abraham in Genesis 12:1-4, Hebrews 11:8-10; Moses in Hebrews 11:24-27; Manasseh in 2 Chronicles 33:1-6; 2 Chronicles 33:12-13; Jonah in Jonah 1:1-3; Daniel in Daniel 1:8; Peter in Matthew 19:27-30
  • Which of these men had regrets for the choice he made? Which had no regrets?  Base your answer on Scripture.  Genesis 12:2-3, 21:1-7, Hebrews 11:11-12; 2 Chronicles 33:10-11; Deuteronomy 34:10-12; Jonah 1:4-17; 1 Peter 1:3-6, 2 Peter 1:16-18; Daniel 1:9-20
  • What did Jesus Himself choose to give up in order to be obedient to His Father? Philippians 2:6-8
  • Do you think Jesus had any regrets for the choice He made? Philippians 2:9-11; Hebrews 12:2
  • What did Jesus say was necessary in order for us to be disciples? Luke 14:33
  • What have you left or given up in order to be a follower of Jesus? What are you still clinging to that is hindering you from being a disciple?
  • As you look back over your life, what regrets do you have regarding the choices you have made?
  • If you have regrets, what encouragement do you receive from the following verses? Joel 2:25; 1 Corinthians 6:9-11; 2 Corinthians 4:1-7; 5:17; Galatians 1:13-16; 1 Timothy 1:15-16
  • What choices do you need to make today to ensure you have no regrets tomorrow?

This Bible study was prepared especially for the Fall 2017 Newsletter.

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Heaven Is For Real

  • What are three reasons we can rejoice about the future? Revelation 19:6-8
  • How does Revelation 19:9 underscore our confident and expectant joy?
  • List as many characteristics of Heaven as you can from Revelation 21:1-4.
  • How does the Bible counter those who think Heaven is too good to be true? Revelation 21:5
  • Give additional characteristics of Heaven from Revelation 22:1-5.
  • What encouragement do you receive from Revelation 22:6?
  • Would you tell someone what Heaven is like? Then ask them to secure a place there by putting their trust in Jesus?

This Bible study was prepared especially for the Summer 2017 Newsletter.

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