We are continuing to work our way through the many laws of Leviticus. Don’t quit and don’t give up! “God’s holiness, mankind’s sinfulness, sacrifice, and God’s presence in the sanctuary are the book’s most common themes.” See the holy character of God and how we should pursue holiness, by God’s means. This should cause us to remember Christ and what He gave to us on the cross. 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, November 11 – Mark 9:2-13
- Monday, November 12 – Leviticus 13-14
- Tuesday, November 13 – Leviticus 15-16
- Wednesday, November 14 – Leviticus 17-18
- Thursday, November 15 – Leviticus 19-21
- Friday, November 16 – Leviticus 22-23
- Saturday, November 17 – Genesis 29
How do you see God’s hand in the events of Genesis 29:13-20?
Do you recognize the hand of God orchestrating events in your own life?
What agreement do Laban and Jacob make?
Although Jacob had received a promise from God, did it mean he would not have any difficulties in life?
How has Christ’s love helped you deepen you love for Him and for others?
How can we see the principle of you “reap what you sow” in Genesis 29:21-30?
How does God show compassion to those who are hurting and in pain?
How can God use you to minister to someone else and bring them hope in their pain? How can you show love to the unloved?
- Sunday, November 18 – Mark 9:14-29
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 (Sept – Nov 2018)