Bible Study

Bible Study

Men's Bible Study meet at the church building Tuesday 9:30am

Adult Bible Study meets Wednesday at 7:00pm in the church social hall. 

Men's Bible study Outline:

  1. Read Genesis 1-3.

 

  1. What are your general thoughts?

  

  1. Look at Gen 1:1. What ae some things that this verse tells us and how are they important?

  

  1. Read and discuss Gen 1:3, 6-7, 9, 11, 14-15, 20, 24. What does this reveal about God and Creation, and why is it important?

  

  1. Read Gen 1:4, 10, 12, 18, 21, 25. What is common across these readings? What does it reveal and why is it important?

  

  1. Read Gen 1:26-2:29. How did human beings come to exist? Is there anything unique in this ‘creation’? What? Why might that be important? See 1:31.

  

  1. How is man described as being created? How is woman described as being created? Remember both Gen 1 and Gen 2.

  

  1. What command did God give to man in 1:28-30. In 2:15-17? What is significant/important here?

  

  1. Consider the account of the creation of woman. What is significant beyond the immediate story?

  

  1. What was the relationship between man and the rest of creation in Gen 1-2?

  

  1. What was the relationship between man and God in Gen 1-2? How is this important to Christian and all humans?




Bible Study February 19

Acts

Bible Study 19FEB2020

Session 10

Read Acts 7

What are the key events

 

Stephen’s Response (Acts 7:1-53)

  1. Discuss the purpose of Stephen recalling Israel’s history with God (verses 2-43)

 

The tabernacle (Acts 7:44-50)

  1. Why do you think Stephen quoted this prophecy (Isaiah 66:1,2)

 

Stephen's charge against the leaders of Israel (Acts 7:51-53)

  1. How did Stephen describe the spiritual condition of the council?

 

  1. What did Stephen say about their attitude toward the law?

 

Stephen is stoned (Acts 7:54-60)

  1. What do you believe is the significance in Luke mentioning that Jesus was "standing" at the right hand of God?

 

  1. What can we derive from our first encounter with Saul

 

  1. What are the final words of Stephen, and who prayed a similar prayer?