READ: Read the following passage(s) of scripture. Want to dig deeper? Choose a Bible reading method.
Read 1 Samuel 31:1-7
After reading the passage(s) of scripture, ask yourself the following two questions to apply what you are learning to your life. You can even choose to journal about what you’ve learned or discuss it with your spouse or family.
What is God saying?
What are you going to do about it?
REFLECT: Use the following questions to reflect on how God worked in your life today. Choose a method for reflecting on your day.
What was the best part of your day?
What was the toughest part of your day?
Where did you mess up today?
Where did you see God today?
PRAY: This prayer prompt is designed to help get you started in your prayer time. Use this to either begin your personal prayer time or your prayer time with your spouse or family.
Throughout his time as king, Saul did things his own way. Here at the end of his life, he died that same way. God warned Saul he would die in battle with the Philistines, but he went anyway. When he was injured, his death seemed inevitable. At no point did Saul turn to God, but instead literally took his life into his own hands. His life and reign were a disgrace. Saul had feared his enemies more than he had trusted God. Spend a few minutes sharing your fears with God and ask Him to help you trust Him more than you are afraid of the things you fear.
Two-a-days are designed for you to connect with God and those closest to you. Feel free to modify this plan to fit your and your family’s needs.]]>