Remember God’s Word

The Bible gets a lot of bad press. For centuries it has withstood and outlasted it’s critics, in fact much of the best support for the historicity and accuracy of the Bible has come in the last 100 years. Join us as we look at other reasons to trust the Bible.

We can trust God’s Word:

  1. Because it is historically reliable.
  2. Because it changes lives.
  3. Because God is faithful.

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TEXT: Exodus 31:18; Jeremiah 30:1-2; Psalms 23:1-3a; John 14:26; 2 Peter 1:19-21; 2 Peter 3:15-16; Hebrews 4:12; Matthew 7:24-25

  1. Think about the last major relationship decision you made.  Did the Bible play a part in that decision?
  2. Troy referred to us all having a compass.  What would you say is your compass for making life decisions?
  3. Have you ever had doubts about the Bible?  If so, name a few of them.
  4. Read Exodus 31:18 and Jeremiah 30:1-2.  How did God relay what he wanted in the Bible.
  5. Read Matthew 5:17-20.  How did Jesus feel about the “Old” Testament?  How does that influence your trust in it?
  6. Read 2 Peter 1:19-21.  Did Peter realize he was writing words that were on par with the Jewish (OT) Scripture?  How did he feel about Paul’s writings?
  7. Read Hebrews 4:12.  Have you ever experienced the living power of God’s word?  Explain.
  8. Pastor Troy said, “If we can’t trust God’s word, how can we trust Him in other areas?”  Do you agree or disagree?
  9. If someone said to you, “The Bible is full of errors.”  How would you respond?
  10. If the Bible is truly the Word of God what should be our response?

Daily Bible Readings for the week of 07/24/16

Day 1: Psalm 119:1-24

Day 2: Psalm 119:25-48

Day 3:  Psalm 119:49-72

Day 4: Psalm 119:73-96

Day 5: Psalm 119:97-120

Day 6: Psalm 119:121-144

Day 7: Psalm 119:145-176


Troy Knight

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