RECOVERING THE PRINCIPAL TOOLS.

Word Study Outline: TUESDAY MARCH 23, 2021
Theme for March: RESTORATION
Topic: RECOVERING THE PRINCIPAL TOOLS.
Text: 2 KINGS 6:1-7

INTRODUCTION
You are welcome to another time of in-depth Word study. Trust your day has been stress-free?
Can you recall some of the acronyms we study last week? …………………………………………….
Did anyone try the Bible references for the word GROW? ……………………………………………..

Today, we are looking at tools require for effective work and walk with our master, Jesus Christ.
We are co-workers with Christ. Not exaggerating issues, many of us have lost one vital gift or tool that can help us work efficiently with Christ. Hence today’s study will enable us to identify, discover and pray for restoration of whatever tool/gift we lack or lost.

In our text, the most needed tool was borrowed and I pray that after the teaching we shall possess all necessary tools to work for our God.
I. 2 KINGS 6:1-7
(a) What is the principal tool needed to do the work in our text? ………………………………………..
(b) What tool do you desire to work will with Christ? …………………………………………………….

  • Today every lost tool shall be recovered.
    (d) “It was borrowed “what does these expression signify? ……………………………………………….

II. PSALM 51:12
(a) What tools is the Psalmist asking for and why? ………………………………………………………..
(b) What did he observe in his life that prompted him to ask for this tool? ………………………………..

III. Many desire to work with Christ but have no tool.
(a) In Isaiah 1:2. What is the tool in this verse that can help you to work with Christ? …………………..
(b) In Luke 2:40. What is the measure of growth noticed in The Child? ………………………………….
(c) Proverb.4:7. What is the most needed tool a Christian needed to be effective in life? ………………..

CONCLUSION
Proverb.4:7 encourage believers to get wisdom in all our gettings because it is the principal thing.
This is imperative in God’s kingdom works because there are so many gifts which can only be fitting when you have wisdom.

……………….. OJO Gabriel S

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