Story of Redemption 3.2 - God Makes a Great Promise

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Story of Redemption 3.2 - Abraham Has a Great Faith Response

From Part 3 - Faith and the Promise

Conversational English Practice / Discussion Questions:

  • What made Abram "believe God" when he reaffirms his promise?
  • The Bible is filled with "laments" - cries of hurt, heartache, and questions for God for where he is in all of this. What does God's response to Abram's question show us about how God handles our questions, frustrations, and laments?
  • When God appears to Abram and tells him that "he is his shield," that he is there for him, Abram expresses his frustration that God has not yet fulfilled his promise of a child, saying, "What can you do for me?" When have you been frustrated with God and questioned him?
  • God blesses Abram soon after he starts to follow him with an additional "land promise," promising him the land of Israel. What are some possible ways God may bless us for following him?
  • What do you think of Abram's decision to follow God's call and "go to the land that he will show him?"



Advanced Comprehension / Discovery Bible Study (Optional)
– To use the Discovery Bible Study method, make three columns on a piece of paper. In column 1, write out the following verse word for word. In column 2, write the verse in your own words. In column 3, write out what you leaven about God and people from this verse, and how you will seek to apply this verse this week to your life. Or you can use the space below to do this.

Psalm 13:3 - "Look on me and answer, Lord my God. Give light to my eyes, or I will sleep in death."

  • Write out the above verse word for word. 
  • Re-write or say the above verse in your own words. Look up or ask for help for any words or concepts that you do not know.
  • What did you learn about God and people from this verse? Write this below. How will you seek to apply this verse to your life this week?&n