July 28 – August 3

Weekly Reading for July 28 – August 3

Preparing for Next Week’s Message

Sermon Series: Freedom, Life, Health
Sermon Title: Protecting Life

This reading plan will get your heart and mind set for the next message on August 4, 2019:


Reflecting on the Most Recent Sermon

Sermon Series: Freedom, Life, Health
Sermon Title: Enjoy What God Gives You
Delivered On: July 28, 2019

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Memorize and Reflect

“You shall not covet your neighbor’s house. You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, or his male or female servant, his ox or donkey, or anything that belongs to your neighbor.” (Exodus 20:17)


Prayer Direction

Thank God for all He has given you… think long and hard about this! Ask for the power of the Holy Spirit to help you grow in deep and true contentment.


“Live It!” Challenge

Just So I Notice: Make a list of 25 gifts God has given you. Your list can include material things, people, experiences you have had, spiritual blessings, and anything for which you are thankful. Then, post this list where you will see it often. You might want to make it a screensaver or make extra copies to put other places you will see it. Then, each time you see this list, read a few items, give thanks, and be content!


Small Group Discussion

  1. Read: Genesis 1:27. What does it mean to be created in the image of God? How are people different than other parts of God’s creation?

  2. Tell about a person in your life who has modeled what it looks like to be a life-giver and life-protector. What do you appreciate and respect about this person?

  3. Read: Psalm 139:13-18. What does this passage teach you about how God sees each person? What does it teach you about how you should view people?

  4. In light of the fact that God has made each of us in His image and precious in His sight, what could a Christian say to someone who asked: “Why does it matter if we intentionally end life in the womb?”

  5. In light of the fact that God has made each of us in His image and precious in His sight, what could a Christian say to someone who asked: “Why does it matter if Christians feed the hungry, provide for the poor, and help those in need?”

  6. In light of the fact that God has made each of us in His image and precious in His sight, what could a Christian say to someone who asked: “Why does it matter if we make it easy for people to end their life when they are old, sick, deeply depressed, or just tired of life?”

  7. In light of the fact that God has made each of us in His image and precious in His sight, what could a Christian say to someone who asked: “What can Christians do to live in a way that shows how much they honor and care about life from the beginning to the end?”

  8. In light of the fact that God has made each of us in His image and precious in His sight, what could a Christian say to someone who asked: “Is it enough that I don’t physically murder and hurt people? Is there more to this commandment that would impact how I speak, treat people, and live my daily life?”

  9. What is one next step you can take to be more of a life giver and protector with your words or actions?

  10. Read: Genesis 1:27. What does it mean to be created in the image of God? How are people different than other parts of God’s creation?

  11. Tell about a person in your life who has modeled what it looks like to be a life-giver and life-protector. What do you appreciate and respect about this person?

  12. Read: Psalm 139:13-18. What does this passage teach you about how God sees each person? What does it teach you about how you should view people?

  13. In light of the fact that God has made each of us in His image and precious in His sight, what could a Christian say to someone who asked: “Why does it matter if we intentionally end life in the womb?”

  14. In light of the fact that God has made each of us in His image and precious in His sight, what could a Christian say to someone who asked: “Why does it matter if Christians feed the hungry, provide for the poor, and help those in need?”

  15. In light of the fact that God has made each of us in His image and precious in His sight, what could a Christian say to someone who asked: “Why does it matter if we make it easy for people to end their life when they are old, sick, deeply depressed, or just tired of life?”

  16. In light of the fact that God has made each of us in His image and precious in His sight, what could a Christian say to someone who asked: “What can Christians do to live in a way that shows how much they honor and care about life from the beginning to the end?”

  17. In light of the fact that God has made each of us in His image and precious in His sight, what could a Christian say to someone who asked: “Is it enough that I don’t physically murder and hurt people? Is there more to this commandment that would impact how I speak, treat people, and live my daily life?”

  18. What is one next step you can take to be more of a life giver and protector with your words or actions?

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