Daily Bible Study

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March
Mar. 1-7, read Acts 19-20
1. What were the seven sons of Sceva doing (19:11-14)
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2. What did the man with the evil spirit do to the seven sons? (19:15-16)
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3. When people heard what happened, what did all the people do? What did believers do? (19:17-20)
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4. How many men traveled with Paul and Silas? (20:1-6)
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5. Why did Eutychus fall out the window? (20:7-9)
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6. What did God do for Eutychus? (20:10-12)
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7. Paul met with the elders (pastors) from Ephesus one last time. What did Paul say he did for them? (20:18-27)
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8. What did Paul say the elders should do? (20:28-31)
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Mar. 8-14, read Acts 21-22
1. What did the Holy Spirit say will happen to Paul in Jerusalem? (21:10-11)
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2. What did Paul think about that? (21:12-14)
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3. What did the Jews do when they saw Paul in the temple? (21:27-31)
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4. Who came to rescue Paul? (21:31-36)
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5. Paul spoke to the people and defended himself. What did he say that made the people mad? (22:17-22)
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6. The Romans were ready to whip (flog) Paul. Why did they stop? (22:24-29)
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7. Paul was a Roman citizen. That was a gift from God for Paul. How did being a Roman citizen help Paul?
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Mar. 15-21, read Acts 23-25
1. Paul spoke to the Jewish ruling council. Why did the Pharisees defend Paul there? (23:6-9)
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2. The Lord told Paul that Paul will do what? (23:11)
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3. Paul was on trial in front of governor Felix. What did the Jews say Paul was doing wrong? (24:4-8) (Note - this is a new question. The question in the newsletter was too much like number 1, so I changed this one.)
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4. How did Felix help the Jews, and not help Paul? (24:22-27)
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5. The new governor, Festus, didn't help Paul. Paul knew he will be stuck in Israel and not get to Rome. So what did Paul do? (25:10-12)
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Mar. 22-28, read Acts 26-28
1. Paul went to Rome as a prisoner. What did Paul say will happen during their trip? (27:9-10)
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2. What happened to their ship? (27:13-20, 39-44)
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3. God protected Paul in Jerusalem, in prison, and on the ship. Now God protected him from what? (28:1-6)
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4. What was Paul's goal every place he went? What was he always doing? (28:30-31)
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5. Paul is a good example for us. Many people were against him, and he suffered much. But he never gave up. He always wanted to tell more people about Jesus. Think about how you can change and tell more people about Jesus, ask God to help you, then do it.

Mar. 29-Apr. 4, read Romans 1
1. Jews divided people into two groups: Jews and non-Jews (named Gentiles or Greeks). Was God's gospel for Jews only, or non-Jews only, or both? (1:14-16)
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2. Romans 1:17 is an important verse in Romans. How do Christians (righteous people) live?
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3. God will judge sin. People might say, "But I didn't know that was wrong!" Is that a good excuse? (1:18-20)
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4. People know about God, but don't want to honor Him. What do they do instead of honoring God? (1:21-23)
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5. People give up worshiping and honoring God. So what does God do to those people? (1:26-32)
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6. People sometimes ask why there is so much evil and trouble in the world. What do these verses say about why the world is a bad place? (1:21-22, 28, 32)
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