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The Bible Train (Family Worship) 17 September 2018- 23 September 2018

The Bible Train (Family Worship) 17 September 2018- 23 September 2018

This week, the Bible Train is recounting the concerns of both Ezra and Nehemiah for Jerusalem as well as the Temple. We will also see Zechariah prophesy the coming of Messiah the King.

 

Monday Ezra 7:1-10; 8:15-36
Tuesday Nehemiah 1:1-2:10
Wednesday Nehemiah 2:11-3:32
Thursday Nehemiah 8:1-18
Friday Nehemiah 13:1-31
Saturday Zechariah 9:9-10:12
Sunday Zechariah 14:1-21

 

Discussion Questions:

  1. Why is it so important that the Temple get rebuilt?
  2. What do we learn from Nehemiah’s prayer?
  3. What is the significance of Ezra reading the Law to the people?
  4. What comfort do we draw from Zechariahs words about the coming Messiah King?
  5. Zechariah makes it clear that God will rule the earth and we also know that Messiah will one day rule the earth. What do we learn about Messiah and His relationship to God.
The Bible Train/Family Worship 8.6.18-8.12.18

The Bible Train/Family Worship 8.6.18-8.12.18

This week the Bible Train rolls through the prophecies of Habakkuk, sees Ezekiel’s calling from the Lord, and views Daniel in the court of Nebuchadnezzar.

We do not have any discussion questions for this week. Those will return next week

 

Monday Habakkuk 3:1-19
Tuesday Daniel 1:1-21
Wednesday Daniel 2:1-49
Thursday Daniel 3:1-30
Friday 2 Kings 24:8-17
Saturday Jeremiah 24:1-10
Sunday Ezekiel 1:1-2:10

 

The Bible Train 7.23-7.29

The Bible Train 7.23-7.29

This week, the stops on the Bible Train include an exercise in contrasts as well as time with three prophets, Nahum, Zephaniah, and Jeremiah. We will see Manasseh, the most wicked king, contrasted with his grandson Josiah, one of the most righteous kings in the history of Judah. We will also see the final doom of Nineveh, and by extension of the Assyrian Empire, predicted by Nahum.

Monday 2 Chronicles 33:1-25
Tuesday 2 Chronicles 34:1-35:27
Wednesday Jeremiah 1:1-19
Thursday Jeremiah 7:1-8:3
Friday Jeremiah 16:1-21
Saturday Nahum 1:1-2:13
Sunday Zephaniah 3:1-20

Discussion Questions:

  1. Why is Manasseh’s sin so much more than the sins of others?
  2. What can we learn about the importance of a father’s influence or lack thereof from the story of Manasseh and his righteous father Hezekiah?
  3. What do we learn about God and the preservation of the righteous from King Josiah
  4. Jeremiah is God’s voice during the final years of the kingdom of Judah. What do we learn about God from the fact that Jeremiah prophecies both judgment and comfort?
  5. Nineveh is used as an instrument of God’s judgment but God still pronounced doom for them. What does this teach us about God’s sovereignty and man’s responsibility for the things he does?
The Bible Train 7.16.18-7.22.18

The Bible Train 7.16.18-7.22.18

This week, the Bible Train has stops at the majestic Passover celebration and then Isaiah, the Prince of Prophets will bring us several encouraging messages. Isaiah will tell us of the suffering Servant, he will invite us to the Lord’s salvation and offer comfort to those oppressed. In this week’s readings, we get some of our clearest pictures of Messiah.

 

Monday 2 Chronicles 30:1-27
Tuesday 2 Chronicles 32:1-23
Wednesday Isaiah 38:1-39:8
Thursday Isaiah 40:1-31
Friday Isaiah 52:13-53:12
Saturday Isaiah 55:1-13
Sunday Isaiah 61:1-11

 

 

Discussion Questions:

 

  1. Why was it so important that Hezekiah celebrated the Passover?
  2. What is the comfort that Isaiah foretold?
  3. Many of the Jews missed the fact that Jesus was suffering servant is Isaiah; why is it so important to Redemptive History that Messiah suffered and died for His people?
  4. Isaiah speaks in the 1st Person and on behalf of the Lord; what does this invitation tell us about the Lord’s salvation?
  5. What is the good news that Isaiah has for the oppressed?
The Bible Train (Family Worship) 7.9.2018-7.15.2018

The Bible Train (Family Worship) 7.9.2018-7.15.2018

This week, the Bible Train will take us through the reign of Ahaz and into the reign of the godly Hezekiah. We will see some major prophecies of the Messiah being given by Isaiah and there will also be comfort offered by the the prophet Micah, a contemporary of Isaiah.

 

Monday 2 Chronicles 28:1-7
Tuesday Isaiah 7:1-25
Wednesday Isaiah 8:1-9:7
Thursday Isaiah 11:1-6
Friday Micah 1:1-16
Saturday Micah 7:1-20
Sunday 2 Chronicles 29:1-36

 

 

Discussion Questions:

 

  1. Why does the entire country suffer for the wickedness of King Ahaz?
  2. Why is it important that Hezekiah brings reforms and tries to turn the people back to God?
  3. In Isaiah 7 we are given the sign of Emmanuel, God with us; Why is it significant that God will walk among us in the person of Messiah, the Redeemer-King?
  4. Messiah, the Redeemer-King, will come as a light bursting forth into darkness. What does this metaphor tell us about God and His Covenant People?
  5. If Messiah is a “branch” from David, and Messiah will endure forever, what does this teach us about the Covenant People Israel?
  6. Why does the prophet, Micah, grieve over Israel?
The Bible Train (Family Worship) 6.18-6.24

The Bible Train (Family Worship) 6.18-6.24

This week, the Bible Train visits three of the prophets, Hosea, Amos, and Jonah. We will see God’s concern for Nineveh, the capital of the Assyrian Empire and we will see His concern for the faithfulness of Israel, His Covenant People.

 

Monday Jonah 1:1-2:10
Tuesday Jonah 3:1-4:11
Wednesday Hosea 1:1-3:5
Thursday Hosea 11:1-12
Friday Amos 1:1-2, 2:4-16
Saturday Amos 4:1-13
Sunday Amos 7:1-8:3

Discussion Questions:

  1. What do we learn about God’s character when He refers to the people of Nineveh as not knowing their left hand from their right?
  2. Why does God refer Israel’s unfaithfulness as adultery?
  3. Why is God compelled to judge the idolatry of Israel and Judah?
Bible Train (Family Worship) 6.11 to 6.17

Bible Train (Family Worship) 6.11 to 6.17

This week, the Bible Train’s stops are full of political action and intrigue. Additionally, we will see the changing of the prophetic guard from Elijah to Elisha

Monday 1 Kings 19:1-21
Tuesday 2 Kings 2:1-25
Wednesday 2 Kings 4:1-44
Thursday 2 Kings 5:1-27
Friday 2 Kings 9:1-13, 30-37, 10:1-27, 18-31
Saturday 2 Kings 13:1-25
Sunday 2 Kings 14:23-29

 

Discussion Questions

  1. How does the catching away of Elijah foreshadow the Rapture?
  2. What does the healing of Naaman teach us about faith?
  3. How did God use Jehu as an instrument of judgment

 

The Bible Train (Family Worship) 5.28-6.3

The Bible Train (Family Worship) 5.28-6.3

This week, our guided tour of the Bible will take us deeper into the Wisdom Literature. We will see contrasts between the godly and the wicked and we will see the glory of a woman of noble character. Solomon will consider the vaporous quality of our lives and reflect on all things having their due season.

We do not have any discussion questions for this week.

Monday Proverbs 10:1-32
Tuesday Proverbs 12:1-28
Wednesday Proverbs 31:10-31
Thursday Ecclesiastes 1:1-2:26
Friday Ecclesiastes 3:1-22
Saturday Ecclesiastes 11:7-12:14
Sunday Song of Songs 1:1-2:17

 

 

Bible Train/ Family Worship for 5.21.18-5.27.18

Bible Train/ Family Worship for 5.21.18-5.27.18

This week, the Bible Train stops by Solomon’s Temple. From there, we will see Solomon ask the Lord for wisdom in governing His people and our final stops will take us into the Proverbs as we begin to explore godly wisdom

 

Monday Psalm 73
Tuesday 1 Chronicles 29:1-30
Wednesday 1 Kings 3:1-28, 4:29-34
Thursday Psalm 127
Friday Proverbs 1:1-2:22
Saturday Proverbs 3:1-35
Sunday Proverbs 10:1-32

 

 

Discussion Questions

  1. What does Psalm 73 teach us about focusing on the Lord when overwhelmed by our own trouble.
  2. What do we learn from David about giving generously to the Lord.
  3. Why was wisdom the most important thing he could ask of God?
  4. Why is it important to learn wisdom and discipline.
The Bible Train/Family Worship 5.14-5.20

The Bible Train/Family Worship 5.14-5.20

This week, the Bible Train has stops at the rebellion of Absalom as well as Solomon’s Coronation as King of Israel. We will see David fall prey to the temptation to rely on the military strength of Israel. We will see David perceive and sing about God’s presence.

Monday 2 Samuel 15:1-37
Tuesday 2 Samuel 18:1-19:18
Wednesday Psalm 139
Thursday 2 Samuel 24:1-25
Friday 1 Kings 1:1-53
Saturday Psalm 72
Sunday 1 Chronicles 28:1-21

Discussion Questions:

  1. How is Psalm 139 impacted by how we view God?
  2. How does the psalm at Solomon’s coronation point to Jesus?
  3. Why was it wrong for David to take the census?

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