Week of April 10, 2022

This Week’s Passages: Psalm 130; Titus 2:11-14
Use this daily guide to help you internalize this week’s passage & message!
KNOW: What does God intend for me to know?
In a journal, use the following prompts to write some truths that stood out from this week’s message:
I never knew…
I was reminded…
A question I still have…
I was challenged…
I was convicted…
A truth I could share is…
I was encouraged to…
I need to dig deeper into…
BE (CONSIDER): What does God’s Word lead me to prayerfully consider?
In your journal, use the following questions to write some prompts to use n praying through this week’s passage:
Is there a command to obey?
How am I compelled to exalt God?
Is there a promise to claim?
Is there a principle to follow?
Is there an example to follow?
Am I convicted to confess any sin?
Is there a sin to avoid?
How do I need to rest in Jesus/the gospel?
How can I pray for someone else?
What am I compelled to love or desire?
DO (YIELD): How does God’s Word Call me to yield my life?
In your journal, write your answers and thoughts in response to the following questions.
  1. Read 1 Peter 1:13-25 together. How does this passage help us understand who we were before redemption? According to Peter, how are we to live in light of our redemption? What are we to pursue, both individually and together?
  1. How should remembering who we were and what our situation was before Christ shape our posture toward those who are outside of Christ? What specific words from the above passage help us in this?
  1. How does the reality of our redemption color our understanding of and fuel our celebration of the resurrection?