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Christian Mission Week #2 (April 2-8)
(The first passage each day is intended to be a memory passage.)
Day 1: Romans 5:8, John 1:6-18
Day 2: Romans 5:8, Colossians 1:19-23, Ephesians 2:1-10, Hebrews 2:5-8
Day 3: Romans 5:8, Hebrews 2:9-10, 1 Peter 2:21-25, Matthew 17:1-13
Day 4: Romans 5:8, Hebrews 2:11-18, 2 Peter 1:16-21, Matthew 8:18-27
Day 5: Romans 5:8, Hebrews 9:24-28, Luke 19:1-10, John 12:27-34
Day 6: Romans 5:8, Hebrews 10:1-10, Luke 19:28-38, John 12:35-43
Day 7: Romans 5:8, Hebrews 10:19-25, John 12:44-50
Workman Plus Week #2
Day 1: Acts 9:1-9, 2 Corinthians 11:26-33
Day 2: Acts 9:10-19, Galatians 1:11-24
Day 3: Acts 9:19-31, Galatians 2:1-10
Day 4: Acts 22:1-16, Romans 1:1-7
Day 5: Acts 13:1-12, Romans 1:8-17
Day 6: Acts 14:1-10, 1 Corinthians 1:1-9
Day 7: Acts 14:21-28, Philippians 1:1-14
Workman Reflection Week #2
Day 1: In 2 Corinthians 11 the Apostle Paul mentions several hardships he has endured; what would possibly motivate Paul to suffer such difficulties? Paul mentions his sufferings and then says he will only boast in his weakness… to what weakness does he refer and why would he boast of weakness?
Day 2: In the first chapter of his letter to the Galatian Church, Paul addressed some men who are ‘perverting the Gospel’, then he defended his own ministry by saying he received his Gospel in a special way. From whom did Paul receive the Gospel message and in what way did he receive it? How does this provide confidence in the reliability of his message for Christians today?
Day 3: Paul retold his interaction with some of the Apostles in Jerusalem and concluded with their approval, stating they recognized his being entrusted with the Gospel. To whom was Paul entrusted as a group to receive the Gospel he preached? According to Luke’s account in Acts 9:19-31, the early Christians were not accepting of Paul… why?
Day 4: Paul’s conversion to Christian faith was difficult to accept among fellow Christians. One Christian man, Ananias, obeyed The Lord by sharing with Paul (Saul) what he needed to do in order to be saved. What can be learned from Ananias’ example? Sometimes, people who seem most opposed to faith in Jesus are actually seeking answers to serious faith questions. Is there are friend or acquaintance in your life to whom you could reach out and share your faith? Following his conversion, Paul was known to establish a large number of Churches in cities & towns throughout the Roman Empire… perhaps the person you reach for Christ could have a significant impact in helping other people become Christians.
Day 5: The Church in Rome was very important to Paul and he loved the Christians there very much. Due to his missionary travels, he was looking forward to a coming time when he could visit with the Church there. Paul prays for the Church daily and looks forward to the encouragement they will share when together. In a similar manner, Christians today share encouragement in faith while we assemble together. How important is the assembly of Christians? Considering your interaction with other Christians, is there a special way you encourage others in their faith? How can you increase in encouraging others?
Day 6: In his first letter to the Church in Corinth, Paul mentioned the faith of the Corinthians in Christ was ‘confirmed’. In what ways could the faith of the Christians in Corinth be ‘confirmed’ or shown? In what way is our faith in Christ ‘confirmed’ today? While in Lystra (Acts 14:1-10) Paul did something very special which showed he was an Apostle… what did he do?
Day 7: In Philippians 1, Paul said his imprisonment has worked to benefit the Gospel… how is it possible for such a great difficulty to benefit the Gospel? Is it possible God can create a positive result from the difficult circumstances of our life? When we are faced with difficulties it is very beneficial to have the same perspective & outlook Paul had in his circumstances of suffering.
Christian Missions Week #1 (March 26-April 1)
(The first passage each day is intended to be a memory passage.)
Day 1: Mark 16:15–16, Matthew 9:9-13, John 3:14-21
Day 2: Mark 16:15–16, Matthew 28:16–20, Acts 2:1-13, Mark 2:1-12
Day 3: Mark 16:15–16, Matthew 13:47–52, Acts 2:14-24, Luke 8:11–15
Day 4: Mark 16:15–16, 1 Peter 4:1–5, Acts 2:25-36, Matthew 19:13–15
Day 5: Mark 16:15–16, Luke 8:4–10, Acts 2:37-47, Titus 2:1–8
Day 6: Mark 16:15–16, 2 Timothy 2:1–2, 1 Corinthians 4:14-16, 1 Corinthians 11:1, Philippians 3:17
Day 7: Mark 16:15–16, Luke 5:27-32, John 3:1-10, Romans 6:1-7
Workman Plus Week #1
Day 1: Matthew 10:1-15, Mark 6:7-13
Day 2: Matthew 10:16-23, Luke 9:1-6
Day 3: Matthew 10:24-39, Luke 10:1-16
Day 4: Matthew 10:40-42, Luke 10:17-24
Day 5: Matthew 16:21-28, Matthew 18:1-6
Day 6: Matthew 18:12-14, Luke 9:57-62
Day 7: Matthew 19:27-30, Luke 9:18-27
Workman Reflection Week #1
Day 1: Mark’s record of the ‘Great Commission’ cites Jesus command to “Go into all the world and preach the Gospel to all creation.” How do we know Jesus wasn’t just commanding His disciples alone to do this? What does it mean to go into ‘all the world’?
Day 2: Matthew’s Gospel, as well as Mark’s account, mention baptism in conversion & disciple making. Both directly quote Jesus and reveal baptism is a part of the disciple making process. Who can baptize a person who wishes to become a Christian?
Day 3: When Jesus said the Kingdom was like a dragnet, what is He saying? What does the rest of that passage in Matthew 13:47-52 reveal about the types of fish caught in the net?
Day 4: 1 Peter 4:1-5 speaks of a former way of life (before we became a Christian) and the response of some people to our new life. From this passage, what should a Christian expect from those outside Christian faith? What does this passage cite as the reason for being treated so harshly by others?
Day 5: What did the seed represent in the parable Jesus told? What do the various soil types represent? The ‘good soil’ is representative of what type of person?
Day 6: Paul said (1 Corinthians 4:14-16) he was the father of the Corinthian Christians… what did he mean by that? Why should the Corinthians Christians imitate the Apostle Paul?
Day 7: According to Luke 5:27-32, to whom did Jesus come to call to repentance? For Christians involved in making Disciples today, how should we be encouraged by what Jesus said in this passage?