Sermon Discussion Questions: July 17, 2016
Sunday, July 17, 2016: AM
What do we learn from this psalm about characteristics of the wicked? In light of this, what sort of expectations should we have about the world and the way people will act?
Why does David switch from speaking about the wicked to speaking about the steadfast love and faithfulness of God? Why does he speak of God’s righteousness and judgments?
What point is Psalm 36 making about God’s goodness to creation?
Why are these truths comforting for God’s people? Why do Christians have great assurance that evil will not ultimately overcome them?
Sunday, July 17, 2016: PM
1 Samuel 27:1-28:2
Why did David decide to go to the Philistines for protection? What was wrong with this decision?
How do we see a negative “domino effect” happening through David’s decisions?
What sort of predicament does David end up in?
How does this text show the need for God to send a Redeemer King to save his people from their sins?
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