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Judges Chapter Three Homework

FOR GOING DEEPER Examine these verses to see how they show God’s Spirit at work in the time of the Judges: 3:10, 6:34, 11:29, 13:25, 14:6, 14:19 and 15:14. 3:10 The Spirit of the Lord was on him, and he judged Israel. Othniel went out to battle, and the Lord handed over Cushan-rishathaim king of Aram to him, so that Othniel overpowered him. 6:34 The Spirit of the Lord enveloped Gideon, and he blew the... read more

Judges Chapter One Homework

FOR GOING DEEPER Look together at the verses 7:1-2 and 20:16-18 in Deuteronomy. What commands relate directly to what you see happening in the book of Judges? A Chosen People 7:1 “When the e Lord your God brings you into the land that you are entering to take possession of it, and clears away many nations before you, f the Hittites, the Girgashites, the Amorites, the Canaanites, the Perizzites, the... read more

Mark Chapter 15 Homework

FOR GOING DEEPER For the disciples of Jesus, His trial, crucifixion, and burial—and soon after-ward, His resurrection—were traumatic events that pounded their senses and emotions, and affected each of them in a different and powerful way. This is reflected well in the four different accounts of these events which the gospel writers give. For example, look up the following references to see together how... read more

Mark Chapter 14 Homework

FOR GOING DEEPER Look at the following other gospel passages, and discuss these other events in the trial of Jesus which Mark does not record: John 18:12-14 and 18:19-24; and Luke 23:6-12. read more

Mark Chapter Twelve Homework

FOR GOING DEEPER: When Jesus stated (in verses 29-31) the two most important commands, He used the word love in both of them. This word is used less in Mark than in any of the other three gospels. But look together at these other passages in Mark, and discuss how much you see the concept of love in them, even though the word isn’t there-1:40-42, 3:31-35, 6:30-31, 9:38-41, and... read more

Mark Chapter Eleven Homework

for comment and/or for Wednesday Walk in the Word discussion …

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