Bible Study Questions for January 26th, 2019
Saturday at 10:00am EST
“Without the understanding which Christian Science gives of the Bible, reformation in the old day was based on fear. The Mosaic Law with its interpretation of sin, was damnation instead of salvation, and until the revelation of Christ, condemrtation and penalty governed mankind Christianity today has retained enough of that law to keep condemnation and penalty as a prod for reformation. This is not Christian Science. Reformation is education; we do better because we know better. Paul said, “For the law made nothing perfect, but the bringing in of a better hope did.” (Heb. 7:19) Reformation is not achieved through outward conforming to the letter of the law, nor through fear, nor through making clean the outside of the platter, but an inner urge, an inevitable recognition of what is actual and true.”
from “Church” by Martha Wilcox, page 7
Topic: The Ten Commandments
Moderator: Chardelle from PA
Bible Readings: Deuteronomy 11; Exodus 20; 3, 4, 7, 8, 12 – 17
- What are the Ten Commandments and where do they come from?
- Which Commandment is talked about in Deuteronomy 11:13?
- Are the Ten Commandments relevant for us today?
- What is a graven image?
- What does “Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD thy God in vain“ mean?
January 2019 Bible Study sessions:
|01/26/2019||Chardelle from PA|
February 2019 Bible Study sessions:
|02/02/2019||Shukrat and Shihidat from MD|