Please take a few moments to read the scriptures shown and answer the questions from the recent sermon. Contact us by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have questions or would like to discuss further. Answers will be provided the following week. Enjoy being engaged in studying God’s word.
Robert Gardenhire, Minister
Questions from May 31: A.M. Sermon
“Godly Answers to Evil” Esther 10:1-3
1. When it seems that there is no justice to whom do Godly people turn?
a. To Godly people who are capable of wise judgement (I Corinthians 6:1-7).
b. To people who are equipped to provide Godly comfort (II Corinthians 1:3-5)
c. To the God of Comfort and Justice (II Cor. 1:3, 4; II Thessalonians. 1:6)
d. To all the above
2. When we seem to have no voice, what can we say?
a. God will provide a voice (Esther 2:1-18).
b. God will give us the words (Exodus 3:1-4:17)
c. God will cause them to hear us (Exodus 3)
d. Demand by being louder and more violent than the evil ones
e. A and D
f. A, B and C
3. When our emotions prompt us to take vengeance, what must we do?:25
a. Know that we may hang on the very gallows of revenge that we build (Esther 7:8-10)
b. Listen to our hearts and get immediate revenge (Isaiah 40:31)
c. Remember that God will avenge on our behalf (II Thessalonians 1:5-9)
d. Overcome evil with good (RM 12:21)
e. A and B above
4. Will evil people “get away” with it?
a. No, their happiness will be short-lived (Esther 5:9;,14; 6:9; 7:6)
b. No, Evil people will pay equal to their evil (Esther 7:10)
c. No, God will punish eternally (Numbers 32:23)
d. All the above
Answers will be provide in an upcoming “Closer Look.” Please read the scripture to confirm answers. Please contact the church office by phone (615-329-0950) or by email (email@example.com) to request prayer, personal bible studies or other information.