Northpoint Church
January 3, 2021
Biblical Worship of God
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  • Northpoint Church
    988 W Ontario Ave, Corona, CA 92882, USA
    Sunday 9:00 AM, Sunday 10:45 AM
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We are honoring the guidance provided by local, regional, and national authorities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently, we are allowed to gather in person outdoors only for our services. We do so on Sunday mornings at 9:00 a.m., on the Northpoint campus. For those who do not wish to meet in person, our Sunday service at 10:45 a.m. is live-stream only on Facebook and YouTube (Find links below.). While we are physically distant, we are socially and spiritually connecting through the technological platforms available to us!
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Turn and Take Your Journey
Deuteronomy 1-3
Pastor Tony Chute
Overview: The Book of Deuteronomy is both a historical narrative and collection of final speeches by Moses as Israel prepares to enter the Promised Land. In the first chapter, Moses announces that the time has come to leave Mount Horeb and begin the journey to Palestine in order to fulfill God’s promise to the patriarchs. Moses recounts God’s faithfulness in multiplying the people of Israel, consequently requiring various levels of leadership to guide them. Despite the promise of God and encouragement from their leaders, the people of Israel refused to go forward, thus incurring the wrath of God and resulting in decades of wilderness wanderings. Moses then recalls how Israel made their way to the present location, cooperating with others when they could and conquering those who opposed them. Their experiences together, both good and bad, heightened their desire to enter the Promised Land, thereby providing a pattern of bonding for the church to follow.
01. Like the people of God in the Old Testament, the church is bound together by a covenant promise, a shared experience, a structured gathering, success and failures, and a future hope.
02. Like the people of God in the wilderness, the church is called to move forward together, choose leaders wisely, walk by faith and not by sight, pick our battles carefully, and support one another lovingly.
Questions for Discussion and Discovery:
1. Have you read through Deuteronomy in its entirety? If not, take time to do so during this sermon series. If you have, what parts of Deuteronomy stand out most to you?
Questions for Discussion and Discovery:
2. What was the covenant promise that united the people of Israel? How much time transpired between the promise of land to Abraham and the fulfillment of that promise in the Book of Joshua? What does this time frame suggest to us about the nature of God’s promises and the importance of faith?
Questions for Discussion and Discovery:
3. Why did Moses need assistance in leading Israel to the Promised Land? See Exodus 18 for further insight. What qualities did he require for those who would lead? How might these qualities apply to church leaders today? See 1Timothy 3:1-13 and Titus 1:5-9 for further insight.
Questions for Discussion and Discovery:
4. What initially prevented Israel from going into the Promised Land? How did Israel seek to resolve this matter after discovering they had displeased the Lord? What does their aversion towards risk and walking by faith suggest to us today? Are there any areas in your life that are closed off to walking by faith?
Questions for Discussion and Discovery:
5. Read chapters 2-3 and note how the Lord gave instruction to Israel regarding their encounters with others. What determined their cooperation with or conquering other peoples? How does the church determine which battles are worth fighting and which situations are opportunities for cooperation today?


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OUR MISSION: Making Disciples Who Make Disciples. A disciple is a person who has been reconciled into a right relationship with God through new birth by faith in Christ and is consequently growing in love for God, love for others, and in joyful obedience to all of Christ’s commands.