Rock. Warrior. Peacemaker. Builder. Husband. Potter. In each of the 10 studies in this study guide, Dale and Sandy Larsen show you another aspect of your powerful and peaceful Lord. May God lead you to know him better through these inspired word portraits.
Getting the Most Out of Images of God
This section introduces the topic, explains the structure followed in each study and offers tips for those approaching the study on their own as well as those participating in a group.
Why is it significant that David says God is his rock, fortress and refuge rather than that God provides those things?
Think of a situation in which you were sure you were defeated and God won the battle for you. How do you know it was God?
Why is peace so difficult to achieve between people? Within yourself? How does God's sovereignty enable Him to be a peacemaker?
What are some examples of "bad fruit" in a believer's life?
Where does the world seem not to have been made by a master builder?
In what ways is this King superior to any earthly ruler? What sort of reactions do you think this psalm is meant to inspire in the reader or hearer?
How does God the Father differ from even the best human father?
What qualities of an excellent husband does God display?
How do the potter and the clay symbolize the workings of God with his people?
Most people would be nervous about appearing before a judge. How does David feel about the judgment of God?
Total number of pages—63 pages
Dale and Sandy Larsen are writers living in Greenville, Illinois. They have written more than thirty books and Bible studies including the LifeGuide® Bible StudiesCouples of the Old Testament, Faith, Growing Older & Wiser, Hosea, Images of Christand Images of the Spirit.