- 6.5.22 | Proverbs 31
- 6.12.22 | Prayer (Matthew 6:5-13)
- 6.19.22 | The Word (Psalm 1)
- 06.26.22 | Whose Faith Is It? (2 Chronicles 24)
- 7.3.22 | Solitude & Silence (Psalm 19)
- 7.10.22 | Worship (Revelation 4:6-11)
- 7.17.22 | Colossians 3
- 7.31.22 | Fasting (Psalm 63)
- 8.7.22 | Confession and Repentance (Psalm 51)
- 8.14.22 | Service (Luke 10)
- 8.21.22 | Hospitality (Romans 15)
- 9.11.22 | Vision Sunday
Latest Series: Discipleship Practices
Sermon Application Questions
Read Psalm 1
To be a disciple, we must walk as Jesus walked.
What does your life look like in light of the following passages? (If your translation is the NIV, replace the word "live" with "walk")
- Ephesians 4:1
- Ephesians 4:17
- Ephesians 5:8
- Ephesians 5:15
- Ephesians 5:1-2
What does it mean to meditate on the Word? (Isaiah 31)
Looking at Psalm 1, how do you apply Martin Luther's 4 questions about meditating on the Word?
How does the text cause you to praise God?
How does it cause you to confess sin?
What does it say about Christ?
What are the implications for how you should live your life?
Is your life full of joy, as you walk down the path of life? If not, have you started to walk down the wrong path? In what ways?
Do you live in the truth that God intimately knows those that are walking His path of life? If not, why not?