A Phone Tree Bible Study Series based on The Patriarchs by Beth Moore
Objective of Study: Learn what it means to encounter the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob
Week 1 Message: The LORD said, “Go…”
Most Notable Quote: “God is never aimless. When He tells us to leave our lives of sin, He wants us to proceed to lives of victory. When He tells us to leave one place…He has another place for us to go. God may not reveal the destination for a while, but we can rest assured we’re never called out without being called to.” (p.15)
Assigned Scripture Reading: Genesis 11;27-28 (31), Joshua 24:2; Isaiah 51:2; Genesis 12:1-9; Acts 7:2-8; Hebrews 11:8-9; Genesis 12:10-14:24
– Take note of God’s first encounter with Abram/Abraham.
– Write down any discoveries that you make about Abram/Abraham and his upbringing.
– Keep a record of the internal and/or external challenges that Abraham and his family encountered on their journey with God.
– Define covenant and identify its significance in the relationship between God and Abram/Abraham.
– Complete an investigation on the name El Elyon.
1) What can be said about the promises of God?
2) Does God extend grace to us when we lose our way and seem to make poor choices? Explain.
3) Does being called out by God lead to greater intimacy with Him?
4) What does God’s sovereignty mean to you personally?