God conquers his foes by weak babies and rules the world with weak men. In this lab, Pastor John shows us that God is more likely to use your weaknesses for his glory than your strengths.
Principle for Bible Reading
Old Testament Scripture in the New
When studying a New Testament passage that quotes the Old, make sure you look up the verse in its Old Testament context. Taking the extra time to look up the verse will help you understand more fully what the New Testament author is communicating.
- Is Psalm 8 cited anywhere in the New Testament? How would you go about finding that out?
- Read Matthew 21:15–16. What is Jesus’s point in quoting Psalm 8?
- Watch the lab. How can you become more like children this week?
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