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Sermon, Sunday February 21, 2016

Psalm 141

A psalm of David.

1 O Lord, I am calling to you. Please hurry!
Listen when I cry to you for help!
2 Accept my prayer as incense offered to you,
and my upraised hands as an evening offering.

3 Take control of what I say, O Lord,
and guard my lips.
4 Don’t let me drift toward evil
or take part in acts of wickedness.
Don’t let me share in the delicacies
of those who do wrong.


Bulletin, Sunday February 21, 2016

Sermon Study Questions: Revelation 8&9

  1. What is the significance of silence in Revelation 8? How comfortable are you with silence?
  2. The angel is given incense to offer with the prayers of the saints. What are different ways that you pray?
  3. What is the impact of the prayers of the saints when the angel throws the censer? How does prayer change things?
  4. What is the eagle’s reaction to the destruction? How do the survivors of humankind respond at the end of the chapter? What is your reaction?
  5. What are the parallels between this passage and Exodus 7-12? How does God spare the Israelites in Exodus and those with His seal in Revelation 9:4?
  6. How does this passage affect your perspective on prayer?

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