Week 5

Read:

The Community Carries The Message to Samaria, Syria, and Cyprus  (Part 1)- Acts 8:4-9:43

Questions:

  • What verse(s) stood out to you and why?
  • Additional Questions found in the Ignatius Catholic Study Bible – The Acts of the Apostles

6 Responses to Week 5

  1. Angie says:

    Application question 9:31 – “Walking in the fear of the Lord” = know that God wants you to behave a certain way and if you don’t act that way it may hurt your chances of going to Heaven. “Walking in the comfort of the Holy Spirit” = Knowing that the Spirit is with you to guide you down the right path.
    I try to do what I know God wants me to do. i know that I must listen to the Spirit to know what to do and how to behave.

  2. Angie says:

    Application question 9:26 – How they treat others and how well they live the Christian faith.

  3. Angie says:

    Application question 9:10-16 – I felt that God led me to get out of my comfort zone and to publish the LGB website and to start the LGB group. The whole time, though, I felt like the Spirit was with me, guiding me to do God’s will. It made my faith stronger than it had ever been before! It is such a wonderful feeling when you know God is with you and showing you the path to take.

  4. Angie says:

    Application question 9:1-2 – I’d say a religious fanatic is someone obsessed with being religious. A person who is radically committed to his faith is someone trying to be the type of person their faith calls them to be. I’d say that I’m the latter.

  5. Angie says:

    In response to the application question 8:13 (“When was the last time you were amazed at what God has done”), I’d say all the time! I am constantly amazed and grateful for my family, especially for my husband whom I can only believe was God’s way of showing His love for me. I am amazed at the beauty of our earth and at the love we have for one another.

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