Clairemont Emmanuel Baptist Church
Cultivate Faithfulness
February 16, 2020

Cultivate Faithfulness

February 16, 2020

Cultivating Faithfulness
Daniel 1, 6

 

 

 

 

Daily Meditations

Memory verse: “Three times a day he [Daniel] got down on his knees and prayed, giving thanks to his God, just as he had done before.” Daniel 6:10b

Monday
Read Daniel 1. How have you experienced the challenges of isolation, indoctrination, assimilation, and confusion Daniel did? How did you fight to remain faithful to Christ?

Why does the presence of risk require faith in Christ? Because you identified with Christ, have you ever experienced risk that required deep faith? If so, explain.

Tuesday
Read Daniel 6. Prayer reveals much about who we truly are. What does your prayer life reveal about you?

What are some ways the Scriptures can and should shape our prayers?

Wednesday
Read Daniel 6. What are some practical ways you can incorporate the Scriptures into your prayer life?

Many Christians find that it is more difficult to pray when they do not spend time in God’s Word. Why do you think that is? Do you find it to be true in your own life? If so, explain.

Thursday
Read Daniel 6. Why are pride and prayer so opposed to one another?

Daniel brings his heavy heart to the Lord in this text. Are there any burdens you need to take to God in humility and confidence in his character?

Friday
Read Daniel 6. What barriers or excuses do you use to avoid honest and full confession of sin to God?

Daniel explicitly lumps himself in with the rebellious people of Israel. How does this instruct how we should relate to other Christians?

Saturday
Read Daniel 6. How is God’s discipline of his people consistent with his character? How are his mercy and forgiveness consistent with his character?

How does Daniel’s identification with the people of Israel point to the gospel and what Christ has done for you?

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