Tuesday Morning Recap

Gentlemen,

Tomorrow we continue our series on King Saul. Our text will be 1 Samuel 18:5-16. Consider the following questions:

1) What has changed in Saul?

2) Why has Saul changed?

3) How can we avoid becoming like Saul?

See you in the morning.

John

 

10 Alive Recap

Friends,

We had a great vacation and I’m looking forward to being back with you this Sunday. We will begin a series on 1 John. Our text for tomorrow will be 1 John 1:1-8. Consider the following questions:

1) Why did John write this letter?

2) Why should we listen to what he has to say?

See you tomorrow.

John

 

Wednesday Night Recap

Friends,

Tonight we begin a new series on the Psalms. Each week we will discuss one of our favorite Psalms. We begin with the 22nd psalm. Consider the following questions:

1) What does the Psalm teach us about God?

2) What does it teach us about people?

3) What does it teach us about our relationship with God?

See you tonight.

John

 

 

Tuesday Morning Recap

Gentlemen,

Thanks to Grady for filling in last week. I’m sure it was a great class and I wish I ¬†could have been with you.

This week we continue our discussion of Saul with a discussion of 1 Samuel 15. Consider the following questions:

1) Why does God reject Saul as King?

2) Why doesn’t God accept Saul’s apology?

3) Why does Saul remain as King?

See you tomorrow.

John

 

Grady’s Scripture and Discussion Questions

Gentlemen,

Here is the scripture and questions we will be discussing tomorrow.

1 Sam 10:25 -11:15. Consider the following questions:

1) How do we affirm our leaders and leaders know they are called to lead?
2) Can you clearly identify the passion of your leaders and how do leaders intentionally reveal their passion?
3) Does your leader know where he/she is going and how to get there?
4) Why did Saul (and other Christian leaders) fail after such a great start?
Grace and Peace,
Grady

 

 

Tuesday Morning Recap

Gentlemen,

Tuesday we continue our series on King Saul.

Last week we discussed why Israel wanted a king and why God chose Saul.

Israel wanted to be like other nations. To this point they had been ruled by judges. These judges answered to God and ruled in accordance with God’s instructions. However, the nation had grown and the people weren’t sure a judge was up to the task. In short they weren’t sure they could trust God. (more…)

 

10 Alive Recap

Friends,

We are having a great time at the beach! And I will miss being with you tomorrow, however, I’m sure Tom will lead a wonderful discussion on the wise use of our talents.

I’ll see you again in two weeks.

John

 

 

Wednesday Night Recap

Friends,

Tonight we will discuss the great commission. Our text will be Matthew 28:16-20. Consider the following questions:

1) What is the great commission?

2) How can we fulfill the great commission?

See you tonight.

John

 

Tuesday Morning Recap

Gentlemen,

Tuesday we begin a new series on King Saul. We have studied many heroes of the faith who have triumphed over adversity and helped establish God’s kingdom. Saul is one who squandered God’s blessing. I believe it will be beneficial for us to understand why Saul failed.

Our first text will be 1 Samuel 10:17-24. Consider the following questions:

1) Why did God give the people a King?

2) Why did God choose Saul?

See you tomorrow.

John

 

10 Alive Recap

Friends,

Sunday we continued our series on Gideon with a discussion of Gideon’s spy mission.

1) Why does God continue to reassure Gideon?

Bill noted that God gives us what we need when we need it. There are many characters in the Bible who do as the Lord asks without any reassurance while others must be pushed and prodded. (more…)