Welcome back to Week 3 in the Book of Romans! This study is going by SO quickly! Here’s the links to the previous posts, in case you missed any of them:
Intro and Resources for Romans 1-5
5 Ways the Gospel Should Affect Our Daily Lives (Romans 1-3)
How to Experience God (Romans 5)
Resources forRomans 6-10
There is No Rejection, No Condemnation and No Separation for those in Christ (Romans 8)
Gospel Hoarding and Why Christians Should Do More on Social Media (Romans 10)
This week’s resources include the final chapter in the book of Romans – chapter 16. That will be next Monday’s reading. Later this week, I’ll share what is coming next. 😉 But until then – let’s finish strong.
If you are new here – jump in with our reading this week and catch up on the weekends. All are welcome to join anytime – there are no enrollments or sign-ups!
This Week’s Bible Reading Plan:
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This week’s Reflection & Discussion Questions
(Leaders: Copy and paste these into your groups. If you do not have a group, use these for a personal time of reflection.)
Sometimes it is hard to understand God’s ways. God’s ways are so much higher than man’s.
How does knowing that God’s depth of riches, wisdom and knowledge comfort you, as you seek to follow Him and His Word?
One of the marks of a believer is peace.
What are some ways that you can show Christian love and peace, to those who are being difficult in your life today?
The second greatest commandment is that we love one another.
Who do you “owe” love to today? Write down a way that you can show love to this person this week.
A stumbling block is someone who is a more mature believer, who takes liberty in their choices, and then causes a younger believer to fall.
In what ways can you make sure that you are not becoming a stumbling block to another believer?=
Jesus is the hope of the Jews and the Gentiles.
Share how your hope in Jesus is lived out in your daily life.
We are to love people but we are also to love truth. While we are to avoid divisions, we are also called to avoid those who cause division. This is not an easy teaching.
How do you guard yourself against those who cause division between you and your beliefs?
To print the 16 Discussion Questions for Romans – click here.
This Week’s Verses of the Day:
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I encourage you to choose which verse you’d like to memorize or meditate on. The printable below includes all 5 verses of the day — for the entire week. Print and cut them out and put them in the bathroom, kitchen, beside your bed and computer and use them for meditation throughout the week.
This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do according to all that is written in it. For then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have good success. – Joshua 1:8
Click HERE to print the Verses of the Day for Romans 11-16.
Here’s the Printable Bible Reading Plan Bookmark
so you can check off the days as you go.
Here’s another explanation of the SOAK Bible Study Method and Bible Coloring Chart if you need more guidance:
And the Bible Coloring Bookmark:Click HERE to Print the full page Coloring Chart
or here for the Bookmark Coloring Chart
Here are the highlighters, pens and pencils I refer to in the video:
Highlighters – Acid Free – Bible Hi-Glider
Fine Line Non-bleeding Pens – Micron Archival Ink and Multi-Colored Gel Pens
Colored Pencils – Crayola Twistables and Crayola Colored Pencils
I use the ESV Inductive Study Bible and the ESV Journaling Bible as my personal study Bible.
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Have a wonderful week in God’s Word – I’ll see you back here on the blog this Wednesday and Friday as we go deeper into God’s Word together!
Walk with the King,