Reading the Bible Together – Day 13

DAY 13

Faith hears what God has said and walks in His Word!

A.M. Reading: Genesis 12

Genesis Questions Worth Pondering:

God spoke to Abram.

What things did He tell Abram to do?

What things did God tell Abram that He would do?

Through Abram what was the extent of the families that would be blessed?

After hearing God, what did Abram do?

Hebrews 11:8 says: By faith Abraham obeyed when he was called to go out to the place which he would receive as an inheritance. And he went out, not knowing where he was going.

Think about what faith really is. How would you explain that hearing what God has said, believing what God has said, and then doing what God has said are all interrelated parts of faith.

What did Abram build in the places he went?

What did he do at those altars?

Describe the situation that occurred when Abram went to Egypt.

Do we have any Biblical account that God told Abram to go to Egypt or to attempt to hide the fact that Sarai was his wife?

Whose life was He trying to save?

How did the Lord intervene to protect both Abram and Sarai, in spite of Abram’s self-protection?

How can we see God’s faithfulness, as well as His sovereignty?

The feeding of five thousand … the mighty power of God!

P.M. Reading: John 6:1-15

John Questions Worth Pondering:

Why were great multitudes following Jesus?

What did Jesus already know that He was going to do?

How much food did the lad have?

How many people were there?

What miraculous thing did Jesus do?

How much were the people given to eat?

How much was left over?

What was the response of the men who had seen this?

How would you explain the ability that Jesus has to perform this miracle?

The people had seen Jesus healing people of diseases and miraculously feeding the multitudes. Why would they want to force Him to be king?

Why did Jesus depart?

Add to your list about who Jesus is.

Add to you list of the miracles of Jesus.

Think on these truths!

May the Word of Christ dwell richly within!

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