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10 March – 15 March 2014
M Galatians 3.23-4.7: we are baptised into Christ and clothed with Christ (27); how will your life reflect this and resemble Jesus today?
T Galatians 4.8-20: God liberates from slavery (8,9); where can you testify to this freedom and where do you still need to be released?
W Galatians 4.21-5.1: Christ sets us free for freedom (1); does freedom describe the nature of your faith? If not why not & what does?
T Galatians 5.2-15: if Christian freedom is not about self indulgence (13) how should it be expressed and how will you show it?
F Galatians 5.16-end: two opposing lists (19-21 & 22-23); choose one thing from each that particularly applies to you and pray about it.
S Galatians 6: let us not grow weary in doing right (9); when are you energised to do what is right & why can it sometimes feel joyless?
03 – 08 March 2014
M Galatians 1: am I now seeking human approval (10)? Is the approval of others important to you? Whose approval matters most to you?
T Galatians 2.1-10: care for the poor is a uniting priority (10)? How much of a priority is this for you and how do you express it?
W Daniel 9.3-6, 17-19: pray Daniel’s prayer of confession after him and consider how it might be applied to our time and place today.
T Galatians 2.11-end: the Son of God who loved me & gave himself for me(20); dwell on these words; be filled with the love God has for you.
F Galatians 3.1-14: what problem does rule based religion present to us (10)? What is the solution and what does it ask of us (14)?
S Galatians 3.15-22: the law is a social good and provides a moral code; both are important but what cannot it not do that faith can?
Starts Wednesday 26 February 2014
St Barnabas’ Church (Lower Hall)
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24th February – 1st March 2014
M Genesis 29.31-30.24: names indicate identity; what does your name mean? does it reflect your character & identity? why or why not?
T Genesis 31.1-24: God’s promises don’t always run smoothly for us; when and how have you experienced this – and what did you learn?
W Genesis 31.25-32.2: Laban calls on God as a witness (50); is it threatening or encouraging that God sees everything we say and do?
T Genesis 32.3-30: after wrestling with God, Jacob is changed and wounded; what sort of blessing might this be? and what sort of God?
F Genesis 33.1-17: fearful about this reunion, Jacob was proved wrong about Esau; who might you be in danger of prejudging today?
S Genesis 35: returning to Bethel is spiritually significant for Jacob (ch.31); what places have been significant for your faith and why?