Bible Study: "A Biblical
Perspective on God's Promise to Provide Guidance to Us in Our Daily Lives"
Speaker - Dave Krueger
David L. Krueger is currently President of KDL Corporation, a
business strategy consulting firm. Dave has worked in the fields of
Information Technology, Finance, and Marketing for over thirty years. He
has been involved in the successful "turnarounds" of under performing
business operations in both large and small corporations, and has been
recognized for his effectiveness in this difficult and complex field.
Outline of Talk
- Matthew: "This is my son Jesus . . .
Listen to Him."
- I'm a member of the Community of Jesus of which Ron Minor is a
- Balance in our lives requires God's guidance. This guidance
comes from our relationship with God.
- Developing a Personal Relationship with Jesus
- The Eucharist
- Silence ("Be still and know that I am God.")
- Prayer; but walk the talk, don't just talk it.
- Study of scripture; listen to it personally.
- We need to take the time to do these things. But, if you walk an
inch, God will walk three miles.
- We must submit our wills to God.
- A neighbor paid my way to church school; that was a religious
experience for me.
- A favorite pastor's last sermon before dying of cancer: "The
Preciousness of Jesus." His love for his family, friends,
work, etc., were as nothing compared to his spiritual love for his
- Bible Study Exercise
- I have a short exercise for you. Fill in some answers to
questions about scripture excerpts and discuss them. (Note
by Pat Lyons: If the handout is a Microsoft Word document, then I could
include a link to it on this page.)
- The exercise will help you learn to look up biblical passages re
- Breakout Group
- God might point the way to shore, but we have to row the boat.
But even the rowing is informed by God's will.
- The opposite of crisis is not triumph, but routine. We get
lulled into complacency.
(The notes of this outline were taken by David
G. Price. They were wordprocessed by Patrick Lyons.
notes may not be reproduced without the written permission of the presenter.
This page was last edited on December 28, 2000 by Patrick Lyons.)