“Different” Reading Plan
Week 1: August 11-16
Why did Peter let down the nets? How is this an example of faith?
What were the results on the fishing? What were the results on Peter?
Is God calling you to do anything different?
If you were to respond by faith, what would that look like for you?
According to verse 2, what is the danger of hearing the Word but not combining it with faith? Are you in any danger?
According to verse 12, what has the ability to judge the thoughts and attitudes of our heart? What are the thoughts and attitudes of your heart toward God right now?
Based on what Jesus has done for us, how are we to approach the throne of grace? Why not approach it right now in prayer to find help in your time of need?
As followers of Jesus, how should we consider others?
What type of attitude should we have? How is that an example of how we should consider others? Do you see how a thought turns into a way?
According to verse 13, who is it that is working in us?
How is He working in your life right now?
Where are we to set our hearts and minds?
What are we to put to death, to rid ourselves of?
How are we to live as God’s chosen people?
Is that different than the way you’re living now?
In the first story, the man cleaned of leprosy, what do we learn about Jesus?
In the second story, the healing of the Paralytic, what part of the healing did Jesus do? What did the paralytic have to do? How is that an example of faith?
In the third story, the calling of Levi, what did Jesus do? What did Levi do? How is that an example of faith? What would be an example of faith for you?
Which one of those in God’s Hall of Faith do you like the best?
What do we learn about faith from verse 6?
Did their faith always results in good things happening to them?
(Tradition holds that it was Isaiah that was sawed in two, verse 37.)
What were some of the evidences of faith in this passage?
What are some of the evidences of faith in your life?