What does it say?
- Read Genesis 19
- Who are the people mentioned in this passage?
- What places are mentioned in this passage?
- What is the setting of vv. 1–29?
- Where does Lot meet two angels? (v. 1)
- Where does Lot ask the angels to stay that night? (v. 3)
- What do the "men of the city" ask Lot to do? (v. 5)
- What is Lot's counter proposal? (vv. 6–8)
- What did the angels come to Sodom to do? (vv. 12–13)
- How does Lot respond to their warning and command? (vv. 14–16)
- What does the LORD do with Lot? (vv. 16–17)
- Where does Lot flee? (vv. 18–23)
- What happens to Sodom and Gomorrah? (vv. 24–29)
- What happens to Lot's wife?
- What simile does the author use to describe the destruction? (v. 28)
- What is the setting of vv. 30–38?
- What happens there?
What does it mean?
- Summarize the passage in one sentence.
- Why does Lot offer his daughters? (v. 8)
- Why don't Lot's sons-in-law listen to Lot? (v. 14)
- Why can't Lot escape to the hills?
- Why does Lot's wife become a pillar of salt?
- How did God answer Abraham's prayer from Gen. 18?
- Who was saved from God's judgment? Why?
- Why does the author include vv. 30–38?
How should it change us?
- What do we learn about God from this passage?
- What do we learn about sin?
- What are the dangers of sexual sin?
- How can you help a brother or sister involved in sexual sin?
- How does the gospel free us from slavery to all sin?
- How can you encourage members of the church to fight sin while in quarantine?