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.
How does grace, as the ground of justification, exclude righteousness by works?
What command did the Lord later give to Abraham?
What will happen if a child is not properly instructed?
What two covenants are contrasted in the Bible?
What was the object of the church bishops in securing these Sunday laws?
At this time what event is imminent?
Why is it better to go to the house of mourning than to the house of feasting?
Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle