Gideon: Your Weakness. God’s Strength (PTBS – 2)

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Week 2: God’s Story, My Story

Summary:  God has a redemption plan for His people. It has been in place since the beginning. Despite the moral and spiritual decline of man throughout time, He has shown, in countless times and in limitless ways, that He is not willing that any should perish. His perfect plan of salvation is still in play today and it is ready for those who desire to be redeemed.

From Priscilla to Us:

“…the main message of the entire Bible is God’s redemption of humanity. From beginning to end, Scripture spells out the divine rescue plan God is orchestrating to bring people back into relationship with Himself.”

This Week’s Assignment:

1) Review one of the many redemption cycle stories from the Bible. Identify the pattern that you see. (Note: Page 22 shows readers a four-part pattern associated with God’s redemption plan. Priscilla suggests that we read Judges 2:11 (rejection), 14 (decline and consequences), and 16 (restoration) to get an idea of what the redemption cycle story looks like.)

2) Read the lesson material from Week 2 in your member book. (Week 2, Day 4 – Who Do You Think You Are? – will be featured in next week’s post.)

3) Dissect the following Scripture: 2 Peter 3:9

4) Sit down in a quiet place and pray to God. Speak to Him about how you might have or certainly have rejected His way. Reveal to Him what that rejection or disobedience has led to in terms of your present season. Ask the LORD to be restored into a right relationship with Him.



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