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God’s Word: Know The Great Story

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Day 1: Read Deuteronomy 31:11-12. When do you (and your family) spend time in God’s Word? How is that working for you? What habits do you need to affirm and/or change? 

Day 2: Read 1 Thessalonians 5:27. Paul realizes when you know who you are you will know what to do. What has God been saying about who you are and what you are to do through His Word?

Day 3: Read Psalm 119:105. Where is God leading you through His Word? What path is His light shining on in your life? What next step will you take?

Day 4: Read Romans 15:4. Besides Romans 15:4, what other Bible passages and stories teach you endurance and encouragement? What reminders can you place in your life to remember God’s Word for you? (One example -- writing a verse on a 3x5 card and placing it where you can see it every day.) 

Day 5: Read 1 Timothy 4:10. The heart of God’s great story is His love for all people through Jesus. Who can you pray for to know Jesus today?

Day 6: Read 1 Timothy 4:16. Only Jesus saves! Yet Jesus has chosen people as His instrument to tell His story. When people hear God’s love story, read and see God’s great love story they begin to sense this incredible Savior we share. Who is God nudging you to share His story with, in your life? (You might check who you prayed for on Day 5!)

Recent additional GO DEEPER reading opportunities:

  • "The Story: The Bible as One Continuing Story of God and His People (Selections from the New International Version)" by Randy Frazee & Max Lucado  (Amazon Kindle)

  • "Wild Goose Chase: Reclaim the Adventure of Pursuing God" by Mark Batterson (Amazon Kindle)

  • “The Peace Maker” by Ken Sande (Amazon Kindle)

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