Daily Bible Study

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June
May 31 - June 6, read Romans 10
1. Some religions are very eager to work hard and serve God. Is that enough for God to save them? (10:1-4)
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2. What leads us to believe in Jesus? What gives us faith? (10:8,17)
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3. There are people all around us who don't know Jesus. How can they hear about Jesus and believe in Him? (10:14-17)
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June 7-13, read Romans 11
1. Many Jews don't believe in Jesus. Does that mean God rejected the Jews? (11:1-6)
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2. Why did God let the Jews fall away from Him? (11:11)
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3. Paul used an example of an olive tree. The olive tree means God's kingdom. Who are the natural branches, who are the wild branches, and what do they mean? (11:17-24)
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4. God includes us in His kingdom. What should be our attitude? (11:19-22)
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June 14-20, read Romans 12
1. The Jews killed sheep and other animals as sacrifices. What kind of sacrifice are we? (12:1-2)
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2. People in the world tell us to follow them. God tells us to follow Him. What does this verse say? (12:2)
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3. Most of the time, Christians will not compete with each other. But here, Paul suggests we should compete in one thing. What? (12:10)
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4. What should we do with people who hurt us or persecute us? (12:14-21)
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June 21-27, read Romans 13
1. Who created governments? (13:1-2)
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2. How is the government a servant of God? (13:3-5)
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3. April 15 was tax day. Does God want us to pay taxes? (13:6-7)
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4. We owe taxes to the government. What do we owe to other Christians? (13:8-10)
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June 28-July 4, read Romans 14
1. Some people said eating meat is fine. Other people said eating only vegetables obeys God better. Who was right? (14:1-4)
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2. Some people thought some days were important religious days. Other people said all days are the same. Who was right? (14:5-8)
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3. If someone thinks I am sinning, and I know I am not sinning, what should I do? (14:20-21)
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4. On July 4, we think a lot about freedom. Yes, we have much freedom to do what we want (but not freedom to sin). What limits our freedom? (14:19-20)
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