Week 14

Memory Verse: Job 31:26-28

Reading #1: Exodus 32
Questions: What reasons do the Israelites (and Aaron) give for their idolatry in verses 1 and 21-25? According to verse 10, why was God intent on consuming the Israelites in His wrath? According to verses 12 and 13, what 2 reasons does Moses give for God to relent from His anger? How did Moses’ attitude change in verses 19 and 20 when he actually saw what was going on? What were the consequences of the Israelites’ idolatry?

Reading #2: Deuteronomy 4:15-40
Questions: In verse 20 and 24, what reasons does Moses give for the Lord’s warnings against idolatry? According to verses 25-27, what will be the consequence of the Israelites idolatry in the land they are going in to possess? According to verses 29-31, how will God use that painful discipline for their good?

Reading #3: Ezekiel 8
Questions: What sequence of abominations does Ezekiel witness in verses 5-6, 10-12, and 14-16? According to verse 18 what will the consequence of Judah’s idolatry be?

Reading #4: Acts 7
Questions: Which sin did God give His people over to in verse 42? How does Stephen’s intercessory prayer in verse 60 echo Moses’s in Exodus 32:11-14 and Christ’s in Luke 23:34?

Psalms and Hymns
At the Cross  “Well might the sun in darkness hide, and shut his glories in, when Christ, the mighty Maker, died for man the creature’s sin”
The Love of God  “The love of God is greater far than tongue or pen can ever tell. It goes beyond the highest star, and reaches to the lowest hell.”

Praying Under the Same Sky
Jamaica, Japan, and Kenya