Weekly Devotional Guide

Weekly Devotional Guide
To enhance your daily devotional time with the Lord, each week we will post links on this page to some of the songs we will be singing together on the next Lord's Day.  
This will also help you to "let the word of Christ dwell in you richly," and prepare for our time together on Sunday for "teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, with thankfulness in your hearts to God" (Colossians 3:16).
 
“O magnify the LORD with me, and let us exalt His name together." - Psalm 34:3

 

 Beginning Monday, February 19th, 2018 (in preparation for Sunday, February 25th, 2018)


 Scripture Memory
 
     John 5:24


Songs
Come Praise and Glorify
How Great Is Our God
Jesus, I My Cross Have Taken
In Christ Alone

 

 Daily Bible Reading

The Bible
One Year Bible
Beginning to End
Chronological
The Grant Horner Reading Plan

 

FAMILY DEVOTIONALS

Today’s Lesson: God gives Jericho to Israel (Joshua 5:13-6:27)
 

Day Truth/Read Ask Discuss
1

God’s Preparation

Joshua 5:13-6:5

Who met Joshua before the battle of Jericho?

How did God instruct Joshua?
Who met Joshua before the battle of Jericho?

How did God instruct Joshua?

 

 
2

God’s Battle

Joshua 6:6-20

Where was the ark of the covenant while Israel marched around Jericho?

What happened to the walls of Jericho on the seventh day?
One of God’s instructions for you is to obey your parents. How careful are you to obey them? 
 
  
 
 
 
3

God’s Results

Joshua 6:20-27

What did Joshua say to the two men who spied out the land?

Was it possible for someone in Jericho to be saved?
Define “salvation.”

Read Romans 6:23 and discuss what God’s punishment is for sin.
 
4

God’s Justice

Joshua 6:20-27

 

 

Why did the Canaanites deserve God’s judgment?

How long did God wait before punishing the Canaanites?
Read Romans 3:10-20  and discuss if you are better than the Canaanites. Do you deserve God’s mercy?
 
5

God’s Will

Matthew 6:10

 

When we pray, what should be the main goal of our prayer?

How should God’s kingship affect your prayers?
How self-centered are your prayers? Do you tend to focus on your needs, plans, wants, or the establishment of God’s kingdom and will?