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Bible Study Discussion

Stand Still and See the Salvation of the Lord!

June 9, 1997

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Bible Study Questions

  1. What are the three most common words heard among Christians in times of crisis?

  2. What is probably the most difficult thing about the Christian walk?

  3. Have you ever cried: "Lord, when are you going to do something about this? How long will you take? If you don't act now, it will be too late!"?

  4. TRUE or FALSE: God is never too late.

  5. For what reason might God lead us into situations that are alarming, critical, difficult?

  6. What is the meaning of the word "ordered" in Psalm 37:23?

  7. God allows these hard things in our lives in order to produce _________ in us.

  8. Does God ever say, "Now you're on your own!"?

  9. Give one example of when God deliberately set up an alarming crisis for his people.

  10. For what two purposes do you suppose God allowed the Israelites to be hemmed in between the Egyptians and the Red Sea?

  11. How do we know God arranged this frightful situation to test his people?

  12. Are you facing your own crisis right now?

  13. What should you do when everything appears hopeless -- when there is no visible escape? What happens when you're overcome with fear because everything is coming down all around you -- and you have nowhere to turn, no answers for your problem, no one to tell you how to get out of your trouble?

  14. What is the first matter you must deal with?

  15. TRUE or FALSE: God will never lead you into temptation.

  16. How many Israelites would have been spared if they'd returned to Egypt?

  17. Have you ever been caught in the hellish cycle of sin and confess, sin and confess?

  18. What one thing does God require of us before we can hear his voice of direction?

  19. What is the secret to our total victory and deliverance?

  20. What is the meaning of "stand still" in Joshua 3:8?

  21. On what occasion was Israel's king commanded to stand still rather than act? (1 Samuel 9:27)

  22. What is the meaning of "set yourself, stand still" in 2 Chronicles 20:15-17?

  23. What is required in this matter of standing still before the Lord?

  24. How can I know if a voice I hear is God's? How can I discern whether it's his, or mine, or my flesh's?

  25. What other voices may we hear?

  26. How can you know God has brought you through this test of faith?

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