- When people only honor God outwardly, they need to be awed (v.13-14).
- What is incomplete about honoring God only with our lips?
- When have you allowed God to ‘astound you with wonder upon wonder?’
- Those who think they can sin secretly are rejecting the creator (v.15-16).
- What do our attempts to hide our sins say about our faith in God?
- Why do we need to understand that we are clay?
- How will an awe of God help us better honor our potter?
- A time would come for Israel when the humble would rejoice (v.17-21).
- How did the physical blessings for Israel compare with our blessings?
- What promises in this passage can we see fulfilled in Christ?
- The redeemed will stand in awe of the God of Israel (v.22-23)
- How had God already redeemed Abraham and his descendants?
- How does seeing our children motivate us to keep His name holy?
- When do you remember standing in absolute awe of God?
- When we are awed by God, we will receive instruction (v.24).
- What does our unwillingness to study God’s word say about our lack of awe?
- How can awe of God save us from being complainers?
Call to Action: To immerse ourselves in Jesus so that we can be awed.