Connection Questions

January 17, 2014

Fasting – Worship While You Fast

When we think of faith, we think of Abraham. When we think of the Law, we think of Moses. When we think of miracles, we think of Elijah and Elisha. But when we think of praise and worship, we think of David … a man after God’s own heart. Jesus quoted more from David, from Book of Psalms, than any other Old Testament writer. If you want to get God’s attention—worship while you fast.

Connection Questions
  1. David, from Book of Psalms, is the most prominent Old Testament character, referenced over 1,200 times in the Bible. What was different about him?
  2. On the day David delivered the Ark of the Covenant back to Jerusalem was possibly his best day, and on that same day he lost everything, assumingly his worst day… he had the same response. What was it?
  3. What topic did Jesus choose to discuss with the Samaritan woman at the well? John 4:21-24
  4. After Jehoshaphat called a fast in Judah and they sought the Lord, how did they enter into their battle? 2 Chronicles 20:21
  5. In Amos 9:11 the Lord says He will “raise up the tabernacle of David.” Why this tabernacle? What was significant or different about David’s tabernacle?

Nothing is authorized to stop your worship! Nothing can separate you. No trial, no burden, no x-ray, no bill, no setback. If you’ll worship, you can get in God’s presence.

Connection Point

Now when they began to sing and to praise, the Lord set ambushes against the people of Ammon, Moab, and Mount Seir, who had come against Judah; and they were defeated (2 Chronicles 2:22).

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