This week brings us to the end of the New Testament. At the end of the book of Revelation we see that Jesus will be victorious, and as believers in Him, we are victorious, too. What was broken by sin will be restored and made new. This is wonderful truth to know and eagerly expect. As we live in the present we have great encouragement for what the future holds. 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, August 19 – Mark 5:1-20
- Monday, August 20 – Revelation 16:1-21
- Tuesday, August 21 – Revelation 17:1-18
- Wednesday, August 22 – Revelation 18:1-24
- Thursday, August 23 – Revelation 19:1-21
- Friday, August 24 – Revelation 20:1-15
- Saturday, August 25 – Revelation 21:1 – 22:21
What happens to the first heavens and earth?
How is the new heaven and new earth different from the first?
Why can Jesus make all things new?
Who are the ones who reside in God’s kingdom? Who does not?
If we really understand the truth that only those who depend on Christ have eternal life, how should we live now?
Why is it helpful to force ourselves to remember day-by-day that apart from Christ our sin deserves separation from God too?
How can we live as ministers of reconciliation with one another in our community?
- Sunday, August 26 – Mark 5:21-43
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)