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Paul J. Bucknell
Faith & Faithfulness | Hebrews 11 | Counterfeit Faith | Righteous live by Faith | God's Faithfulness | Words of Faith | Cultivating Faith | God's Extreme Faithfulness | Faithfulness in Temptation | Testimonies on Faithfulness
This sheet is designed to serve as a study sheet for the Godly Man series on Faith and Faithfulness. We have eliminated graphics for easy printing or copying into your own word processor. We are hoping with the questions in mind, your study will be more focused and profitable. You might try making a short prayer as a response to each significant thought.
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How is faith defined?
Why is it important to live on past faith?
How are our difficulties linked up to our opportunities to grow in faith?
List at least three tests the men of Hebrews 11 faced. Have you faced these? Do you think you might? Why or why not?
What are some characteristics of the world's faith in our present generation?
Is humanism new? How do we know this?
What are the two problems of humanism?
Why was the 16th century Reformation so influential?
How did Martin Luther find spiritual freedom?
How many Biblical verses state, "the just shall live by faith"? What are they and how are they used?
What two problems does modern evangelicalism have?
What aspect of God's faithfulness is commonly forgotten?
What makes this aspect so special and glorious?
How does the word 'fulfilled' in 2 Chronicles 6 reflect God's faithfulness?
How many special situation prayers did Solomon list? Can you see any of these consequences (judgments) upon your life and the people around you?
Why is the word 'faith' rare in the Old Testament?
How does a good understanding of the Hebrew and Greek word for faith help keep us from legalism and nominalism.
Why is it so important to believe in something reliable?
Why is Genesis 15:6 the scriptural origin of the Gospel?
Go through the meditation exercise yourself. Try another phrase in Philippians 2:3-5. Say it aloud or write it down. It is a very demanding time but usually rather short.
If you are not regularly meditating on God's Word, then it is not affecting you like it should. Remember time is no excuse. It can be done in less than five minutes. The important part is your heart. Humble your heart as you start. Don't resist the teaching of the passage because of your sin. Just keep confessing and letting God's Spirit take God's word into your heart. Do this regularly for 5-10 minutes a day. Remember this is not memorizing but meditating. Your faith will grow and so will your faithfulness. Faithfulness is the reward of continually operating by God's principles.
How does meditation increase faithfulness?
God's Faithfulness and Demonic Scheming
How is God's faithfulness to His people determined?
What are the three steps Satan uses to make people question God's faithfulness?'
What does a study in Jeremiah show about God's faithfulness and His people's unfaithfulness?
What challenged you from the testimonies?
What are you prompted to change from these testimones?
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Scriptures typically quoted from the New American Standard Bible unless noted:
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