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Psalm 91 is a Psalm of safety. Draw near to God as you learn to study his word accurately and reliably with our own Lisa Reimer. See more information about the study in Lisa's video HERE.

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Homework Session 3:
Keeping in mind the Bible is about God

  1. How did you finish the sentence God is..

Consider spending some time talking to God about this, give thanks, praise, worship, or confess, explore your reaction and ask Him to speak truth to you 

  1. How do the hebrew meanings of the Titles used for God in verses 1& 2 broaden your understanding of who He is?

Look back to last week's homework for definitions of Most High and Almighty 

Verse 2:

Lord, Hebrew Yahweh : I am, Life giver, Creator, the one who is, performer of promises, unchanging one, ever living,  destroyer of foes, God of redemption. One who will give evidence of his being, In Strong's Concordance, it says when God used this name to introduce himself to Moses it means I am, but also I am who is with you. 

God: Hebrew Elohim, it is a plural and is significant in our understanding of the Trinity, Father, Son and Spirit. It’s meaning includes divine power and majesty, the true God, God of truth.

  1. How does this knowledge of who God is impact your relationship to him.

  2. Continue your exploration of the passage with the Bible Study Tools resource.

Week 2
Homework this week:
1.Do you have the same belief and conviction that God is Most High, His preeminence means he has superiority over everyone and everything else. Do you know God as Almighty? The God of the impossible?
2. What habits of abiding do you have and what you would like to grow in?
John 15 mentions relational nearness, staying attached to him, then, letting God’s word abide in us, his word increase our love for him and knowing his love for us, his word in us develops our understanding of his love and growing in love for him, produces obedience to his commands in our lives.
3. Using the resource called Bible Study Tools and go through the passage looking for what each category focuses on. Have a set of colored pens ready!
4. If you are looking for resources on how to dwell and abide. Join Emotionally Healthy Spirituality the next time it is offered. The Spiritual Disciplines Handbook, Practicing the Presence of God by Brother Lawrence, or The Handbook to Prayer, The Handbook to Renewal, and Life in the Presence of God by Ken Boa are great places to start.

Week 1
For your homework I would like you to
1. Remember The bible is about God and He is the main character
2. Imagine the crowd of worshipers, read through Psalm 91 5 days this week.
3. Try to identify the different speakers in the Psalm. Use of pronouns, I, you, me, he will help with this
4. On the 5th day after reading it, I would like you to summarize the Psalm in a sentence.
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