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II Chronicles 17-21: Jehoshaphat

(17) How would you describe Jehoshaphat’s spiritual character in v3-6? Why is courage necessary to follow the ways of the Lord (v6)? (17, 19-20) What did Jehoshaphat do to encourage his people to follow the Lord (17:7-9, 19:3-4)? Jehoshaphat also … Continue reading

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I Kings 17-22: The Days of Elijah

(17) Elijah announces a drought because of Israel’s wickedness.  How does God provide for Elijah in v2-7?  In v8-16? What are the miraculous results for the widow and her son (v8-23)? To what conclusion does the widow come in v24? … Continue reading

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II Chronicles 13-16 & I Kings 15-16: Seek the Lord

(IK-15, IIC-13) From his words in II Chronicles 13:8-12, how would you describe Abijah’s relationship with God? How does that compare with his description in I Kings 15:3? What applications are there for us as we think about the relationship … Continue reading

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II Chronicle 9-12 & I Kings 11-14: Finish Strong

(IK-11) Solomon started strong.  How was he led astray (v1-8), and what were the results (v9-43)? What can we learn from this story about choosing a spouse, and the influence of family? What could Solomon have done to finish strong … Continue reading

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II Chronicles 1-8: The Temple of God

(3) Where is the temple built (3:1, I Chronicles 21, Genesis 22), and why is this location significant? How do the events at this spot point to Jesus? (2-4) What words would you use to describe the temple? Why did … Continue reading

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I Chronicles 22-29: Where Is Your Heart?

(22, 28) What is David doing in these two chapters? What instructions does David give to his son Solomon (22:6-16, 28:10-21)? What do David’s actions and instructions tell us about his heart? (22) What action should flow from our minds … Continue reading

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I Chronicles 17-21: Good Covenant, Bad Choice

(17) Once again we are presented with the Davidic Covenant: God was with David through all his trials (v8).  When have you especially seen that in your life?  How might his presence encourage you today? We spend a lot of … Continue reading

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I Chronicles 11-16: Life & Worship Before The Lord

(11-12) Three times we read that Israel made David their king “according to the word of the Lord” (11:3, 11:10, 12:23).  What is the significance of that phrase? What would it look like for us to live this way? (14) … Continue reading

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I Chronicles 1-10: Walking By Faith

(1-9) I Chronicles begins with nine long chapters of genealogies.  What is the purpose of all these genealogies (see Ezra 2:59-63 and Matthew 1:1-17)? What should we not do with the genealogies (I Timothy 1:3-4)? (1-10) A repeated refrain in … Continue reading

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Job 36-42: God Speaks

(36) How would you describe Elihu’s attitude (v1-4)?  What warning is there for us? What is his argument (v5-23)? (36-37) How would you summarize his words about God in relation to his creation? (38-41) Finally God speaks.  From where does … Continue reading

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