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If Jesus never trusted human nature, why is it he was never cynical, and never suspicious? According to Chambers, is this a true statement? There are many things that are perfectly legitimate, but if you are going to concentrate on God you cannot do them. According to Chambers, “Why should we do what we know…
What is the thing that we should not build our faith upon? What is the first thing we realize when we come to Jesus? True or False: “Jesus asks us to die for him.”
According to Chambers, what is the thing that makes us think that God will forsake us? According to Chambers, what should be the greatest factor of power in our live? What happens when we do something we know that we should do?
The book assignment for May is The Screwtape Letters, by C.S. Lewis [Kindle Edition available for $7.99 / eBook for Olive Tree Bible App available for $8.99] Here are the questions for this book: 1. What does Screwtape tell Wormwood to not waste time on? 2. What brought Screwtape grave displeasure? 3. According to Screwtape, what happens with two humans…
When is “that day”? What is the meaning of “In that day you will ask in my name?” How could our Lord trust no man, yet never be suspicious, never bitter, never in despair about any man?