Hello! We are so glad to have you joining us for Session 2 of Living Free. Hopefully, you’ve had a chance to go through Week 1 (or Session 1) of the homework. If not, that’s OK! You can go at your own pace.
If you have any questions about how this study works, we’ve answered most of them here.
Catching up? That’s okay! We’ll leave the videos up, so you can take your time.
A note about the videos
Because these videos are taken from the Breaking Free study, they sometimes mention Listening Guides. When that happens, the listening guide referred to is for Breaking Free, but we will provide the section you need here in the post.
Okay, now onto the video! We’ve posted the questions to answer in the comments and your study assignment for the week below. (Listening Guide is below)
The goal of the oppressor is to make us…
• ______________ (vv. 3-4)—Hebrew shahat: ______… ________ …
______ … _______ … _______.” In the KJV terminology, the
oppressors ___________ the __________.”
(Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance.)
• _____________ (v. 6)—Hebrew dalal: “bring _____, _____ ____,
be _________, not be _______, ______, be impoverished.”
(Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance)
If we don’t seek _________, we will seek _________ (v. 2 and glance
ahead to v. 11).
Consider a little history on the relationship between the Israelites and the
Midianites … read Judges 6:7-17.
God stands to get much glory from making ________ __________ out of
the _______ ________.
Questions to answer in the comments
- Why do you think the battlefield is in the mind rather than actions? (Day 2)
- Can you cite some examples when God acted in ways opposite to what humans naturally expect? (Day 3)
- Describe what specific things you can do to “fix [your] eyes on Jesus, the author and perfector of [your] faith” and to “sanctify [set apart as holy] the Lord God” in your life.
Before the next session, complete Week 2 in the Bible study book. We’ll see you then!