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Psalm 92 – 17 July, 2020

What does it say?

  1. Read Psalm 92
  2. What are repeated words/phrases?
  3. What are repeated ideas?
  4. What are the connected words in the passage?
  5. What do we learn about God?
  6. What do we learn about man?
    1. What contrasts are made about man?
  7. When does the psalmist say is the occasion for this psalm?
  8. What are some connected words in the psalm?

What does it mean?

  1. What works does the psalmist praise God for?
  2. Why is this Psalm connected to the Sabbath? What/when is the Sabbath?
  3. What does the stupid man/fool not know?
  4. What will be the end result of the righteous?
  5. Summarize the passage in one sentence.

How should it change us?

  1. How are you tempted to envy the wicked?
  2. How are you growing spiritually with God's people?
  3. How are you actively resting in God's works?
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Genesis 1:26-2:3 - March 23 2018

In his Image

Read Genesis 1:26-2:3

  1. How does God say he created man? What tasks or roles are involved in the way he creates us?
  2. Where does humanity stand in relation to the rest of the created world?
  3. What distinction does God provide within mankind?
  4. What does the Lord provide for mankind, according to this passage?
  5. How does God spend the seventh day? What is the result of his action on that day?


  1. What responsibilities should we understand humans to have in light of how we were created?
  2. What does this passage teach us about how we should think about creation?
  3. Both men and women are described as being created in God’s image (v.27). What is the significance of that? How should that affect the way we treat one another?
  4. Why might the fact that man is created in God’s image be important for the gospel?
  5. God rests on the seventh day and makes it holy. What pattern is God setting or teaching? What does it mean for that day to be holy? What is the importance of the seventh day in the Old Testament Law? What is its importance in the New Testament?


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