Daily Bible Study

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May
May 3-9, read Romans 6
1. Baptism connects us to two things Jesus did. What two things? (6:1-4)
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2. What does it mean that we died to sin? (6:2, 6-7, 11-14)
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3. What does it mean that we have a new life? (6:4-5, 8, 13)
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4. The Bible uses the word slave (or servant) to describe us. How are we slaves to sin? (6:15-21)
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5. How are we slaves to righteousness (or God)? (6:15-22)
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6. What does sin earn? What does God give (and we can’t earn)? (6:23)
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May 10-16, read Romans 7
1. Who must obey laws, living people or dead people? (7:1)
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2. In chapter 6, Paul said we "died to sin." What else did we die to, and what does that mean? (7:4-6)
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3. What does God's law show us? (7:7)
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4. How does our sin use the law? (7:9, 11, 13)
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5. This can be a confusing part of Romans. Inside our Christian heart, what do we want to do? (7:15-23)
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6. Do we always do good and right? (7:15-24)
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7. Who will save us from this fight inside us. this fight between God and our sinful life? (7:24-25)
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May 17-23, read Romans 8
1. In chapter 8 we see two different ways of life. What are they? (8:1-5, especially vs. 5)
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2. God says we live in flesh (sin) or the Holy Spirit? (8:9-11)
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3. Paul writes that we suffer in this world (8:17-22). What kind of suffering does Paul mean?
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4. We are not strong to make it through this world alone. Who helps us, and how? (8:26-30)
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5. What can stop God's love for us? (8:31-39)
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May 24-30, read Romans 9
1. Why was Paul sad? What did he really want? (9:1-5)
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2. Some people think God saves Jews because they are from Abraham's family. Is that true? (9:8)
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3. This is a very hard chapter to understand. One important lesson to get from this chapter is in 9:15-16. What do these verses say about God's attitude toward us?
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4. What gives us God's righteousness (clean life)? Faith, or the law? (9:30-32)
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