Bible Study Questions
- Have you ever begun a matter in a godly way only to eventually take it into your own hands and really get in trouble like King Saul?
- When was Saul's turning point? (See 1 Samuel 13.)
- What was the decision he had to make?
- What did Saul allow to influence him in his decision making?
- (True or false). If God gives a specific time for us to wait, we should wait.
- Do you think Samuel judged Saul harshly? Why or why not?
- God sees every detail of our crisis. What is his concern? Our crisis, or our obedience in that crisis?
- True or false. God has not given us a spirit of fear (2 Tim. 1:7) and He does not want us to act in fear during a crisis.
- Faith is __________(Hebrews. 11:1). This literally means you may not see what you hope for, you may not see the outcome when you are asked obey God's commands.
- Can you please God without faith?
- Proverbs 3:5-6 says __________ on your own understanding. What does that mean?
- Tell an example of when you had to trust the Lord in spite of your circumstances and what you learned in doing so.
- Fill in the blanks in this very powerful paragraph from the message "Unbelief is __________, its consequences __________. And we face dire consequences if we try to extricate ourselves from our trials instead of __________ God to see us __________ them. This is clear from Saul's life. From the moment Saul made his pivotal decision to take matters into his own hands, his life went __________. His unbelief opened the door to every kind of __________ in his heart.
- What are the steps toward ruin caused by unbelief?
- When all else fails, what must we do?
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Last updated March 21, 2002.
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