Sunday, November 20, 2022

The Bible Recap Weekly Questions For Group Conversation On The Entire Bible By Tara-Leigh Cobble

The Bible Recap Weekly Questions For Group Conversation On The Entire Bible By Tara-Leigh Cobble from Bethany House Publishing. Join others who want to know God better and read his work with the Bible recap discussion guide. Specially written to spark meaningful conversations, it follows the same chronological reading plan as The Bible Recap podcast and book. 

Adaptable for a variety of schedules and settings, for example, meeting with a friend or in a small group or Sunday school class these questions will lead you to a deeper understanding of the Bible’s narrative and how God’s character is revealed through Scripture. Together you’ll find that he’s where the joy is!

Some examples in the book are:

Read Proverbs 25:5 (remove wicked officials from the king’s presence,

and his throne will be established through righteousness)

 aloud.  This verse frees us from trying to be understood by those who don’t love God. What something you thought was foolish before you started following Jesus but now see as wise and good?

Read Mark 10:12 (And if she divorces her husband and marries another man, she commits adultery) aloud. When do you think Jesus means this? How does this quote from the prophet Isaiah connect with his answer here?

My Opinion: this book is very helpful in reflecting on the Bible in answering questions within a group setting or on your own about the bible. I did enjoy looking up the Scriptures and thinking about the questions that were asked. Like the one above Mark 10:12, I myself think that if you divorce a man to marry another one you are not committing adultery but others may not see it that way.

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