Walk in All His Ways


1. When the Lord wants to emphasize a point, you will find the same message repeated throughout the Bible, worded different ways. How do each of these passages indicate we are to walk in His ways?
  a) Micah 4:2:
  b) 1 Kings 8:61:
  c) 2 Kings 23:3 and 2 Chronicles 34:31:
  d) 2 John 1:6:
  e) Philippians 3:16:
  f) Psalm 119:1

2. Some people have chosen to walk in all the world's ways, which is what Satan wants. But we can't point the finger of accusation at them. How have we too walked in the past?
(Ephesians 2:2-3)

3. I am a pianist, and when I sit down to play at church, I don't even have to think about where my fingers are going. Whether I am reading sheet music or playing by ear, I can play the piano without looking down at the keys. Likewise, when I sit down at the keyboard in front of my computer, I don't have to look at the letters on the keyboard to type a word or sentence. Why?
  How can we apply this same principle with regard to God and walking in His ways?

4. America as a nation, along with many other countries, has fallen far short of walking in His ways and obeying His commandments. What trends in today's society do you find the most disturbing? (Thought question, answers will vary.)

5. America has experienced a few centuries of His blessings and protection. But we need to wake up. Read Proverbs 1:24-33.
  a) What did God say will happen to those who will not walk in His ways and refuse to listen to Him?
  b) On the other hand, what will happen to those who listen and pay attention to the Lord?

6. What is the only solution for the problem of disobedience in our nations? (Acts 3:19)

7. What has God promised to those who will repent and walk in all His ways?
  a) Jeremiah 7:23:
  b) Deuteronomy 5:33:
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