Below are found the suggested answers for the insert for the message presented on August 10, 2014. The answers for the Message Based Discussion Questions are suggestions to initiate further thought and discussion, not prevent it. May this be a blessing to dig deeper into Scripture and apply farther into life.
What is important in life? Continue reading →
This concludes the series on 1 Timothy.
Bruce Larson tells the story of a man and wife and their two children who were biking in Florida. The parents taught their children the importance of bicycle safety, especially safety helmets and riding with traffic. They were biking along one beautiful weekend and saw a sign, “Naturalist Camp.” Without thinking, the dad thought, “I like nature. We should check this out for future camping sights.” Within five minutes of riding into the Naturalist’s Camp, five bare naked people were riding in the opposite direction on their bikes. The father was a “little” surprised. Then little Johnny said, “Uuuhhh Dad, oohh no, they’re not wearing their safety helmets.” Continue reading →
Below are suggested answers to the Message Based Discussion Questions from the message presented on June 22, 2014. They are provided in order to stimulate thinking, not prevent it. May the Lord use this study to help your family and friends!
What will make you content? Continue reading →
This message was presented on June 22, 2014 as part of the series on 1 Timothy.
“Contentment makes poor men rich; discontent makes rich men poor.” Benjamin Franklin.
If I were to write a check to you, how much would make you content? A million? A billion? A trillion? Of course, it wouldn’t do any good to cash my check! Continue reading →
The below includes suggested answers to the Message Based Discussion Questions for the message presented on Jun. 15, 2014. The suggested answers are personal and designed to stimulate thinking, not prevent it. Use in order to foster a better discussion in your group.
How should you work on your job?
1) Honor Your Supervisor like you would honor Jesus 6:1-2 Continue reading →
This was a poem that should have been added to the Message presented on June 15, 2014. It was written by Russell Kelfer.
Christian, go to work
There’s a wealth for you to do
When you arrive at work, my friend,
All eyes descend on you. Continue reading →
This message was presented on June 15, 2014 as part of the 1 Timothy series.
My granddaughter Sarah, will often say, “Grandpa, look at my picture!” I’ll respond, “Good job, Sarah!” Then her sister Emma will say, “Grandpa, look at MY picture!” And I’ll say, “Emma, that is very good!” Then at times Sarah will say, “Grandpa, do you want me to show you my new dance?” And of course, I’ll say, “Sarah, that would be great!” And after affirming her, her little sister Emma, will say, “Grandpa, watch my new dance!” And she’ll try something similar. Continue reading →
The following provides suggested answers for the Message Based Discussion Questions from the message presented on June 1, 2014. The answers (below the message outline) are designed to stimulate thinking, not prevent it.
1 Tim. 5:22,24; Acts 20:28-30
How do you honor leadership? Continue reading →
This message was presented on June 1, 2014 as part of the 1 Timothy series.
How do you follow someone who “has it together”? There are warm-up bands to precede the main band. The JV always precedes the Varsity. They don’t go in reverse. Last Tuesday, Barbara and I went to a middle school band concert and had a good time. Of course the 6th grade band played first, then the 7th grade and finally the 8th grade. You could tell the increasing levels of improvement. Imagine what the audience would be thinking if the 6th grade played last? Continue reading →
The below suggested answers to the Message Based Discussion Questions are from the message presented on May 25, 2014. The answers provided are meant to stimulate greater thinking, not prohibit it. Please seek God’s wisdom in His Scriptures for greater understanding.
How do you show “caring relationships,” especially to widows?
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