We are scheduling an online gathering for this Sunday, November 22, at 14:00. Here are the details on how to join:
Please note the following is a new link, meeting ID, and passcode.
Join ICM Zoom Meeting
Worship & Fellowship – Nov 22, 2020 at 02:00 PM Rome
Meeting ID: 841 5994 5792
We will share prayer requests, pray, sing a couple of songs, and have a short discussion of Psalm 63 with an opportunity to ask questions. I have posted Psalm 63 on the podcast site – it is the first sermon listed. Please take an opportunity to listen to it before Sunday and consider the following questions:
1. As David writes Psalm 63, he is in the middle of a humiliating, gut-wrenching, and life-threatening trial. What is David doing in this Psalm? What lesson do you draw from this?
2. Is Psalm 63:1 a reality in your life? See also, Psalm 42:1, and Psalm 73:25. Do you earnestly desire God? How is this a concrete reality in your daily life?
3. See Psalm 81:15. How does God feel about pretenders? From Revelation 2:4-5, what is God’s call to all who have left their first love?
4. Because Psalm 63:1 is true of David, Psalm 63:2 is true of David. What is the takeaway here?
a. What does God say to His people in Hebrew 10:25 and 1 Timothy 4:13?
5. Do you personally and deeply grasp and understand Psalm 63:3? How does that manifest in your life?
6. See Psalm 63:4. What does it mean for us to bless God?
7. See Psalm 63:5. Even in deep trial, David is utterly satisfied with God and is praising Him. How would you explain that to an unbelieving friend?
8. See Psalm 63:6. David remembers God on his bed. Who remembers David in his sleep (Psalm 127:2)?
9. Read Psalm 62:5-8. Any thoughts?
10. What biblical truths are reiterated in Psalm 63:9-11?
Hope to see you Sunday!
Jim & Karen