There are so many thoughts crowding our minds that it can be hard to focus. We’re pulled in every direction, with this person or that thing demanding our attention. Psalm 1:2, tells us to “meditate on God’s Word”, but how exactly do you do that? And with such a hectic schedule? Burnout can leave you empty, discouraged and exhausted, with little energy left for God. Sound familiar? Maybe it’s time to replenish.
replenish | re-PLEN-ish
(v): To fill up again; to restore or make complete again
We live in a self-centered culture that all too often leaves us feeling empty and dissatisfied. A fuller view of God and His glory is the perfect antidote, which you will experience in Beholding Your King.
We’ll study King David, select psalms, the temple, and many Old Testament prophets and see the ways in which they all point to the coming King of Kings, Jesus Christ. This nine-lesson Bible study is the second part of a two-part series and is ideally completed after Beholding His Glory.
What we’ll discuss:
-Prophecies about Jesus in the Old Testament, and their effect on people past and present
-Psalm 23, the most familiar of all the psalms, which has comforted people throughout the centuries
-God’s steady purpose in both the Old and New Covenants, and the promises He kept to all of us