Wherever Abraham went, what was his practice?


"And there he builded an altar unto the Lord, and called upon the name of the Lord." Gen. 12:8. See also
Gen. 13:4; 21:33.
NOTE - "The manner in which the family worship is conducted is very important. It should be
made so pleasant as to be looked forward to with gladness even by the youngest children. Too often it is
made tedious, monotonous, or burdensome. . . . To make it dull and irksome is treason to true religion. . . .
A few minutes given every day to preparation for family worship will serve to make it, as it should be, the
most pleasant and attractive incident of the day.' - "Week-Day Religion," by J. R. Miller, D.D., pages 8183.

What question did the performing of these miracles lead many to ask?
What will happen if a child is not properly instructed?
What was the effect of this apostasy?
11. Where did the apostle see this same company a little later, and what did they have in their foreheads?
3. Through what experience was the church to pass, and what was to develop in the church, before Christ's second coming?
How much does one know of God when dead?
6. Looking forward to the conflicts through which His followers must pass, what cheering message did Christ send them through the Apostle John?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle