1 Chronicles 15.1-16.36; Romans 1.18-32; Psalm 10.1-15; Proverbs 19.6-7
Today’s proverb reminded me of a card I once received which read: Man cannot live by bread alone, but if you have bread, man, you won’t be alone. Why do we want to be friends with the person who has “bread?” Why might this not be a good thing to do?
Summarize the song of David in a sentence or two.
How has God made the truth about himself obvious?
How do you move from a state of trying to do everything to one that recognizes you are helpless and cries out to the Lord?
Why would the relatives of the poor despise them?