This week we’ll read three different books from the New Testament. Jude instructs us in how to confront false teachers and how we should contend for the faith. And although Timothy and Titus are addressed to pastors, they provide valuable information for all believers today. We can gain insight into how the church should be structured and how if should function. Seek to grow in your faith this week and understand more of who God is and His purpose for the church. On Saturday and Sunday, we’ll focus on the Scriptures for our Gospel Groups and the Sunday sermon. Please consider the questions below regarding the Scriptures for our Gospel Groups.
- Sunday, July 15 – Mark 3:22-30
- Monday, July 16 – Jude 1-25
- Tuesday, July 17 – 1 Timothy 1:1 – 2:15
- Wednesday, July 18 – 1 Timothy 3:1 – 4:16
- Thursday, July 19 – 1 Timothy 5:1 – 6:21
- Friday, July 20 – Titus 1:1 – 3:15
- Saturday, July 21 – Jude 1-25
Why does Jude write his letter to fellow believers? (3,4)
What three features characterized these false teachers? (4)
What is an acceptable percent of deviation from the truth?
Describe a time when you stood for truth. How have you contended for the gospel?
What threats opposing the gospel do we face today? How can we contend for the faith against these threats?
What kinds of people will be in the last time (between Jesus first and second coming)? (17-19)
How should believers differ from these mockers?
How is Jude 24,25 an encouragement to you?
- Sunday, July 22 – Mark 3:31-35
We will make posts on our website and app on Sunday mornings that outline the Bible reading plan for the rest of the week. Or you can view the entire Bible Reading Plan (June – Aug 2018)