Bible Study Lesson – July 10, 2019 ~ 7:30 pm
Lesson 7: A Voice That Shakes The Earth (Hebrews 12:25-27)
- Do you accept (and do) what God asks of you? Where do you fall short? If much of Hebrews is about suffering, what does this statement mean (25)?
- What will God do once more (26)? What implications does this have upon how we live here and now? If Christ was coming tomorrow to “shake the earth,” what would you change about the way you are living right now?
Lesson 8: A Kingdom That Cannot Be Shaken And A Consuming Fire (Hebrews 12:28-29)
- For what should we be grateful (28)? What does God desire from us (28)?
- What conclusion can you draw about the phrase “our God is a consuming fire” (29)? Does it evoke ideas of fear or hope, or both? With this knowledge in mind, how should you approach God?
We all like a message of hope and grace, but when offering it to others our commitment is usually fleeting. This is obvious when great tragedy hits. There is an outpouring of compassion and aid for a few days, weeks, or months, but then the people who are still hurting are forgotten.
The author of Hebrews calls us to do more. The last chapter of Hebrews will allow us to explore what it means to love one another as Christ loves us. How is your brotherly love?
July 17, 2019 Bible Study Lesson – NO CLASS
July 24, 2019 Bible Study Lesson
Lesson 1: Entertaining Angels (Hebrews 13:1-3)