BSF Study Questions Romans Lesson 30

First Day:

  1.  It’s hard to quantify what I’m learned about God.  What I can say is this:  I’ve grown deeper with Him.  I’m more grateful, more humble, more worshipful, more in-tune with Him.  I understand God a bit more and His plan for mankind.  I understand Jesus and the Holy Spirit as well.  I feel my prayers are better.  My listening and hearing the Holy Spirit are better.  Every part of my life is better due to this study.

Second Day:

2)  I learned I need Him more.  I’ve learned to rely on Him more.  I’ve learned to pray more.  To listen more.  To put Him first more. I’ve learned to study more.  I’ve learned His plan for my life more.

Third Day:

3)  Any time you draw near to Him He changes you.  I’m nicer, kinder, more compassionate, a bit more patient, more committed, and more desirous of Him in my life more.  I’m trying to do more things simply because they are the right thing to do and not let my selfish desires throw in the towel.

Fourth Day:

4)  I’m more appreciative, more grateful, more knowledgeable, and more dependent on Jesus.  As I become more like Jesus, I reflect more of him.  I’m trying to be more generous with my resources and time.  I’m trying to have a mind more about others rather than myself and put others before me.

Fifth Day:

5)  I believe He has put me in the perfect job (if I get it) FINALLY!  where He wants me to be where I can have the greatest impact.  I’ve started to grow this forum and with my new job I’ll be able to grow this more and do more for His kingdom than I ever could otherwise.  I believe I’m right where He wants me and that feeling is beyond words.

Sixth Day:

6)  Trust in God.  Trust in His plans.  Trust that you’re where you’re supposed to be right now in the moment and in all future moments.  Quit fighting Him and rely on Him.  God has a plan whether you acknowledge it or not.  Life is much easier if you obey, obey, obey!!

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14 thoughts on “BSF Study Questions Romans Lesson 30

  1. Right now I am Job. All that He provided, everything available to sustain me is in jeopardy. I, who am powerless, am equipped with an empty checkbook and endless prayer.  Was I a bad steward? Weak in my belief? Did I fail to rely upon Him? Or am I the lesson for another person? Their opportunity? Does God work in that way?  I believe none of that. I believe my Master is insisting that I depend solely on Him. To trust and obey, which I thought I was doing.  Fear hobbles my spirit. Hope is elusive at best. My heart hears the message: oh ye, of little faith. Come unto Me, you who are weary and heavy laden and I will give you rest for your soul. Know ye that the Lord, He is God. Not we ourselves. So, come Lord Jesus. I need You every hour. 

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    1. The, doubt, the pain, the insecurity. Fear is natural. I really do understand. One day at a time. Do all you can to protect yourself and leave the results to God.Draw on the Holy Spirit not to become immobilized. I think when we are part of the New Covenant we are participants in our destiny . I think it’s OK to get stubborn in times of adversity.

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    2. Barbarann,
      I just finished this poem. I know it is nothing new to you, but just had to share it with you. I have been there, I will pray for you.

      God’s Timing
      The situations changing
      I can feel the strife begin
      The day began so normal
      I don’t know where it will end

      I can feel my stomach churning
      My mind knows what is best
      Please God resolve it “this way”
      This way will give me rest

      Hours, days and weeks go by
      A solution hasn’t come
      I want the outcome done my way
      Dear Lord, I want it done

      I finally get so tired I lay it at his feet
      I tell him it is yours to fix
      Just let me get some sleep

      The peace is overwhelming
      That finally comes to me
      My minds at rest, my brain is calm
      Your timings what I see

      Thank you, God, for being here
      Surprising me each day
      And teaching me to trust you
      In strife along the way.

      Comment on God’s Timing
      I almost called this poem “Anxiety”. It is about strife, which causes anxiety, but mostly it is about waiting on God. I can know it , but as it is happening the anxiety is still there

      God never forgets us when we are going through hard times. I just need to remember, it is his timing.

      Do not be anxious about anything
      but in anything by prayer and petition,with thanksgiving
      present your requests to God.
      And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding,
      will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus
      –Philippians 4:6-7 (NIV)

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  2. Atozmom, I just wanted to tell you what a great part of my life you have been and to let you know how much you have helped me through Romans. I would read your blog and it was like a light coming on and God saying, see it isn’t that bad, you understand, right? You helped me so much, I have learned so much from Romans, thank you, I will forever be thankful. God bless and watch over you and yours, in Christ’s Holy name, Cheryl

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  3. Thank you so much for your weekly answers to the BSF questions. You have given insight that I never would have known and made the study much more meaningful to me. This has changed my life! God Bless You!

    Helen

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