"The triune God, the LORD, is holy. Anything contrary to his holiness is rejected as contrary to his wholeness and goodness." Rev. Dr. Don L. Davis
 
How can God be both infinitely Holy and our friend? Watch as Dr. Davis takes on a journey through the Mysterium Tremendum.
 
 
 
1) Explain the significance of Isaiah’s presence before the LORD on his throne in Isaiah 6.1-2. What elements of God’s person are evident from this vision of the LORD’s throne room?

2) Explain the meaning of what Isaiah heard said of the LORD in his vision of the throne room: “And one called to another and said: “Holy, holy,…
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Show Me Your Glory, Week 47: The Love of God

  

"Receive the love of God. Don't don't fight that love anymore. Yield to that love. Because if you do, as sure as as the sun follows the night so your life will become a channel, a vessel, of that love to others." Rev. Dr. Don L. Davis
 
We would love to hear how this message touched your heart. Please leave an encouraging comment.
 
1) According to John in 1 John chapter 4, why should we love one another (v. 7)?  What does he say regarding those both born from God and those who know God (v. 7)?  What does he say about those who do not love at all (v. 8)?
 
2) According to John, how…
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Show Me Your Glory, Week 46: The Grace of God

   

"Grace changes everything. If you can accept the grace of God, it will change your life, change the way you view yourself, change the way you see so-called immoral and disgusting people. It will change you." Rev. Dr. Don L. Davis
 
We hope that you enjoy this message from Dr. Davis. After you watch the video, please grace us with your thoughts.
 
1) What does Paul’s description of we “being dead in trespasses and sins” mean (Eph. 2:1)? In what way do the lost follow the course of this world under Satan’s power (v. 2)?  In what ways do those who don’t know the Lord follow the course of the world, being children of wrath (v. 3)?

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Show Me Your Glory, Week 45: The Mercy of God

  

"How can I relate to a God of perfect holiness and justice? And yet, he's willing to forgive me. And all he asks is that I acknowledge that I'm weak and needy, in his presence." Rev. Dr. Don L. Davis
 
You know you need to hear this. Please share your thoughts on this message.
 
1) What does the psalmist exhort himself to do in connection to the LORD (Psalm 103:1-2)?  Explain the specific benefits that the psalmist says he should never forget, the benefits that spawn this blessing (vv. 3-5)?

2) List out the truths laid out regarding the Lord’s person and works, specifically in connection to our sins and our iniquities (vv. 6-10).  How…
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Show Me Your Glory, Week 43: The Goodness of God

  

"I was rescued by the Lord. To be rescued by him is the greatest sign of his goodness in my life." Rev. Dr. Don L. Davis
 
Explore goodness in this message from Dr. Davis. Testify to the Lord's goodness, and share your thoughts on these discussion questions.
 
1) Explain the significance of God inviting Moses up to the mountain, just after Moses pleads with God to show to him the glory of God? (Exod. 34:14).  Why do you think God asked him to come alone, and early in the morning? What role do the two tablets play in this visitation?

2) What is the significance of this visitation from the LORD for Moses—explain the weight…
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"Every time the sun comes up I'm reminded of the faithfulness of my God. He is as faithful as the sun." Rev. Dr. Don L. Davis
 
Start a Zoom meeting and talk with your pals about these discussions questions. Don't forget to share your thoughts with us.
 
1) Why does Jeremiah ask the Lord to remember his “affliction and my wanderings, the wormwood and the gall” �(v. 19)?  Why ought we to petition the Lord to remember us during our time of trial?

2) What role does memory and remembrance play in our spiritual refreshment or discouragement (v. 20-21)?  Explain the relationship between calling the Lord’s actions to mind and our…
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Show Me Your Glory, Week 41: God's Omnipresence

  

"Cry out to him, walk with him, let him lead you. He will never leave or forsake us." Rev. Dr. Don L. Davis
 
Right where you are, please take a few minutes and check out this message from Dr. Davis.
 
1) Explain the significance of God asserting that he has searched and known us (Ps. 139.1).  Why is this important, that God knows our sitting down, our thoughts, our lying down, and all our ways, even the words on our tongue and our life situation (vv. 2-5)?

2) Answer the question of verse 7: Where shall I go from your Spirit? Or where shall I flee from your presence? What is the significance of God finding us in either heaven or in…
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"The levity and over-familiarity in our churches and in our Christian lives is a real token of our shallowness and our lack of understanding of who he is." Rev. Dr. Don L. Davis
 
Please take a moment to share your thoughts on Dr. Davis's message.
 
1) How does the LORD address his people regarding his ability to be found, and his nearness to them (Isa. 55.6)?   What is God’s advice to the “wicked” and the “unrighteous person” (cf. v. 7a)?  What is the reason God says the wayward person should return to him (v. 7b)?

2) What metaphor does the LORD employ to describe the distance between his thoughts and ways and ours (vv.…
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