Connection Questions

August 14, 2014

The Scarlet Cord

Rahab’s story in Joshua 2 is a powerful example of faith and devotion. In the Scarlet Cord, Pastor points out three lessons we can take away from her story. First of all that God hears our prayers regardless of our past and our family can be saved. Secondly, that we need to take action and get involved if we want our family saved. And finally, that it’s up to us to guard our home and dictate what has access to our house.

Connection Questions
  1. What does the scarlet cord represent in this message shared from Joshua 2?
  2. What do you consider the greatest danger to your family’s faith?
  3. What role do you feel you play in the salvation of your children, siblings, spouse, or others close to you?
  4. Pastor talks about the scarlet cord dictating who/what has access to the home. Is there anything you feel needs revoked access from your home?
  5. What practical things can you do to bind the Truth to your spirit and your family’s spirit?
  6. Acts 16:31 and Joshua 6:25 are scripture references to household salvation. What other scriptures are helpful to you when praying for the faith of someone you love?

There is nothing more powerful than the Blood of Jesus Christ. It was a simple scarlet cord that kept destruction from Rahab’s home but it is the spotless Blood of the Lamb that will make your home stand against the enemy’s attack.

Connection Point

Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and you will be saved, you and your household. (Acts 16:31)

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