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Tannehill Valley Baptist Church

Part 2 - "The Grace Of Adversity" ... See MoreSee Less

The following are the Week 3 review questions for the reading plan, “Summer In The Psalms”

Psalm 15
1 Lord, who can dwell in Your tent?
Who can live on Your holy mountain?
2 The one who lives honestly, practices righteousness,
and acknowledges the truth in his heart—
3 who does not slander with his tongue,
who does not harm his friend
or discredit his neighbor,
4 who despises the one rejected by the Lord[a]
but honors those who fear the Lord,
who keeps his word whatever the cost,
5 who does not lend his money at interest
or take a bribe against the innocent—
the one who does these things will never be moved.

1. Verse 1 - What do you think it means to “dwell in Your tent” and “live on Your holy mountain.”?

2. Find in the Psalm what the person who has constant fellowship with God, does and does not do.

3. What does it mean to “never be moved.”?

Psalm 16
1 Protect me, God, for I take refuge in You.
2 I said to Yahweh, “You are my Lord;
I have nothing good besides You.”
3 As for the holy people who are in the land,
they are the noble ones.
All my delight is in them.
4 The sorrows of those who take another god
for themselves will multiply;
I will not pour out their drink offerings of blood,
and I will not speak their names with my lips.
5 Lord, You are my portion
and my cup of blessing;
You hold my future.
6 The boundary lines have fallen for me
in pleasant places;
indeed, I have a beautiful inheritance.
7 I will praise the Lord who counsels me—
even at night my conscience instructs me.
8 I keep the Lord in mind always.
Because He is at my right hand,
I will not be shaken.
9 Therefore my heart is glad
and my spirit rejoices;
my body also rests securely.
10 For You will not abandon me to Sheol;
You will not allow Your Faithful One to see decay.
11 You reveal the path of life to me;
in Your presence is abundant joy;
in Your right hand are eternal pleasures.

1. What do you think it means when the Psalmist wrote of God, “I have nothing good but You.”

2. Verse 3 - Do you find yourself focusing on people who are not “noble” more than those who are “noble”? When we focus on people who are not “noble” what does that do to your spirit?

3. Verse 5 How is the Lord your portion? Portion seems to be referring to “land.” Remember how the tribes of Israel were given different portions of land? How is the Lord your “land”?

4. “You are my cup.” What is “cup” in reference to?

5. “You hold my future.” How is this a comfort for you?

6. Verse 11 - Why is Heaven not going to be boring?

Psalm 100
1 Shout triumphantly to the Lord, all the earth.
2 Serve the Lord with gladness;
come before Him with joyful songs.
3 Acknowledge that Yahweh is God.
He made us, and we are His—
His people, the sheep of His pasture.
4 Enter His gates with thanksgiving
and His courts with praise.
Give thanks to Him and praise His name.
5 For Yahweh is good, and His love is eternal;
His faithfulness endures through all generations.

1. List every verb in this Psalm as it pertains to worshipping the Lord.

2. List how we are to fulfill the verbs listed: For example, “Shout”... “Triumphantly.”

Psalm 98
1 Sing a new song to the Lord,
for He has performed wonders;
His right hand and holy arm
have won Him victory.
2 The Lord has made His victory known;
He has revealed His righteousness
in the sight of the nations.
3 He has remembered His love
and faithfulness to the house of Israel;
all the ends of the earth
have seen our God’s victory.
4 Shout to the Lord, all the earth;
be jubilant, shout for joy, and sing.
5 Sing to the Lord with the lyre,
with the lyre and melodious song.
6 With trumpets and the blast of the ram’s horn
shout triumphantly
in the presence of the Lord, our King.
7 Let the sea and all that fills it,
the world and those who live in it, resound.
8 Let the rivers clap their hands;
let the mountains shout together for joy
9 before the Lord,
for He is coming to judge the earth.
He will judge the world righteously
and the peoples fairly.

1. In what ways is worship to be expressive?

Psalm 97
1 The Lord reigns! Let the earth rejoice;
let the many coasts and islands be glad.
2 Clouds and thick darkness surround Him;
righteousness and justice are the foundation of His throne.
3 Fire goes before Him
and burns up His foes on every side.
4 His lightning lights up the world;
the earth sees and trembles.
5 The mountains melt like wax
at the presence of the Lord—
at the presence of the Lord of all the earth.
6 The heavens proclaim His righteousness;
all the peoples see His glory.
7 All who serve carved images,
those who boast in idols, will be put to shame.
All the gods must worship Him.
8 Zion hears and is glad,
and the towns of Judah rejoice
because of Your judgments, Lord.
9 For You, Lord,
are the Most High over all the earth;
You are exalted above all the gods.
10 You who love the Lord, hate evil!
He protects the lives of His godly ones;
He rescues them from the power of the wicked.
11 Light dawns for the righteous,
gladness for the upright in heart.
12 Be glad in Yahweh, you righteous ones,
and praise His holy name.

1. Verses 1-6 are vivid descriptions of various aspects of nature. What is the writer saying about God by mentioning clouds, darkness, mountains, etc.?

2. Verse 12 - What are you glad in God for?
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The following are the Week 3 review questions for the reading plan, “Summer In The Psalms”

Psalm 15
1 Lord, who can dwell in Your tent?
Who can live on Your holy mountain?
2 The one who lives honestly, practices righteousness,
and acknowledges the truth in his heart—
3 who does not slander with his tongue,
who does not harm his friend
or discredit his neighbor,
4 who despises the one rejected by the Lord[a]
but honors those who fear the Lord,
who keeps his word whatever the cost,
5 who does not lend his money at interest
or take a bribe against the innocent—
the one who does these things will never be moved.

1. Verse 1 - What do you think it means to “dwell in Your tent” and “live on Your holy mountain.”?

2. Find in the Psalm what the person who has constant fellowship with God, does and does not do.

3. What does it mean to “never be moved.”?

Psalm 16
1 Protect me, God, for I take refuge in You.
2 I said to Yahweh, “You are my Lord;
I have nothing good besides You.”
3 As for the holy people who are in the land,
they are the noble ones.
All my delight is in them.
4 The sorrows of those who take another god
for themselves will multiply;
I will not pour out their drink offerings of blood,
and I will not speak their names with my lips.
5 Lord, You are my portion
and my cup of blessing;
You hold my future.
6 The boundary lines have fallen for me
in pleasant places;
indeed, I have a beautiful inheritance.
7 I will praise the Lord who counsels me—
even at night my conscience instructs me.
8 I keep the Lord in mind always.
Because He is at my right hand,
I will not be shaken.
9 Therefore my heart is glad
and my spirit rejoices;
my body also rests securely.
10 For You will not abandon me to Sheol;
You will not allow Your Faithful One to see decay.
11 You reveal the path of life to me;
in Your presence is abundant joy;
in Your right hand are eternal pleasures.

1. What do you think it means when the Psalmist wrote of God, “I have nothing good but You.”

2. Verse 3 - Do you find yourself focusing on people who are not “noble” more than those who are “noble”? When we focus on people who are not “noble” what does that do to your spirit?

3. Verse 5 How is the Lord your portion? Portion seems to be referring to “land.” Remember how the tribes of Israel were given different portions of land? How is the Lord your “land”?

4. “You are my cup.” What is “cup” in reference to?

5. “You hold my future.” How is this a comfort for you?

6. Verse 11 - Why is Heaven not going to be boring?

Psalm 100
1 Shout triumphantly to the Lord, all the earth.
2 Serve the Lord with gladness;
come before Him with joyful songs.
3 Acknowledge that Yahweh is God.
He made us, and we are His—
His people, the sheep of His pasture.
4 Enter His gates with thanksgiving
and His courts with praise.
Give thanks to Him and praise His name.
5 For Yahweh is good, and His love is eternal;
His faithfulness endures through all generations.

1. List every verb in this Psalm as it pertains to worshipping the Lord.

2. List how we are to fulfill the verbs listed: For example, “Shout”... “Triumphantly.”

Psalm 98
1 Sing a new song to the Lord,
for He has performed wonders;
His right hand and holy arm
have won Him victory.
2 The Lord has made His victory known;
He has revealed His righteousness
in the sight of the nations.
3 He has remembered His love
and faithfulness to the house of Israel;
all the ends of the earth
have seen our God’s victory.
4 Shout to the Lord, all the earth;
be jubilant, shout for joy, and sing.
5 Sing to the Lord with the lyre,
with the lyre and melodious song.
6 With trumpets and the blast of the ram’s horn
shout triumphantly
in the presence of the Lord, our King.
7 Let the sea and all that fills it,
the world and those who live in it, resound.
8 Let the rivers clap their hands;
let the mountains shout together for joy
9 before the Lord,
for He is coming to judge the earth.
He will judge the world righteously
and the peoples fairly.

1. In what ways is worship to be expressive?

Psalm 97
1 The Lord reigns! Let the earth rejoice;
let the many coasts and islands be glad.
2 Clouds and thick darkness surround Him;
righteousness and justice are the foundation of His throne.
3 Fire goes before Him
and burns up His foes on every side.
4 His lightning lights up the world;
the earth sees and trembles.
5 The mountains melt like wax
at the presence of the Lord—
at the presence of the Lord of all the earth.
6 The heavens proclaim His righteousness;
all the peoples see His glory.
7 All who serve carved images,
those who boast in idols, will be put to shame.
All the gods must worship Him.
8 Zion hears and is glad,
and the towns of Judah rejoice
because of Your judgments, Lord.
9 For You, Lord,
are the Most High over all the earth;
You are exalted above all the gods.
10 You who love the Lord, hate evil!
He protects the lives of His godly ones;
He rescues them from the power of the wicked.
11 Light dawns for the righteous,
gladness for the upright in heart.
12 Be glad in Yahweh, you righteous ones,
and praise His holy name.

1. Verses 1-6 are vivid descriptions of various aspects of nature. What is the writer saying about God by mentioning clouds, darkness, mountains, etc.?

2. Verse 12 - What are you glad in God for?

“The Grace Of Adversity” is the subject for Part 2 in the series on Jonah. We usually do not think of adversity as being a means of God showing His grace, yet, Jonah is an example of this truth. Jonah ran from God, but he couldn’t outrun God. God graciously pursued Jonah through various adverse situations. Gather with us Sunday in person at either 8:30am or 10am. You can be a part of our online broadcast at 10am. Online broadcast can be viewed on YouTube(search Tannehill Valley) or Facebook Live. ... See MoreSee Less

“The Grace Of Adversity” is the subject for Part 2 in the series on Jonah. We usually do not think of adversity as being a means of God showing His grace, yet, Jonah is an example of this truth. Jonah ran from God, but he couldn’t outrun God. God graciously pursued Jonah through various adverse situations. Gather with us Sunday in person at either 8:30am or 10am. You can be a part of our online broadcast at 10am. Online broadcast can be viewed on YouTube(search Tannehill Valley) or Facebook Live.

"Before the Throne of God Above" - The Importance of Prayer
In today's lesson, we will examine the 1800's hymn "Before the Throne," and we will talk about three different reasons to pray.
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