Posted by: heisourstrongtower | February 26, 2013


Moments with God

New Testament Bible Reading Plan

Day 26

Today we are going to continue to reflect on Psalm 119 as “we walk only in His paths”, carefully, through our New Testament readings. Consider what the word, “compromise” means. We discuss coming to a compromise in so many areas in our lives, is compromise available to us through Christ?  When we walk with the Lord does He allow us to compromise in any way?   I believe “compromise” is a good word for us today…define it and then look up antonyms for it, let me know what you think.  Is compromise available for Christians? 

3 They do not compromise with evil, and they walk only in his paths. 4 You have charged us to keep your commandments carefully. Psalm 119 3-4 

Reading Assignment for Today – Luke 12-13 

33 “Sell your possessions and give to those in need. This will store up treasure for you in heaven! And the purses of heaven never get old or develop holes. Your treasure will be safe; no thief can steal it and no moth can destroy it. 34 Wherever your treasure is, there the desires of your heart will also be.” Luke 12:33-34

Study Questions for Luke 12

What did Jesus say was the leaven of the Pharisees? (1)


What did Jesus say regarding material possessions? (15)


What did the rich man say to his soul? (19)


What did God say to the rich man? (20)


What servants did Jesus say would be blessed? (37,43)


What is required of one to whom much is given? (48)


“And note this: Some who seem least important now will be the greatest then, and some who are the greatest now will be least important then.” Luke 13:30

Bible Reading Plan Day 26


Study Questions for Luke 13

What two illustrations did Jesus use to show that everyone must repent? (1,4)


What did the man with the fig tree, desire? (6-9)


What caused the woman to be bowed together for 18 years? (11,16)


How did Jesus show that the ruler of the synagogue who criticized him was a hypocrite? (15-16)


How did Jesus answer the question “Are they few that be saved?” (24)


What illustration did Jesus use to show how he wanted to gather the children of Jerusalem together?


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