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Anglican Bible STUDY 49, 2nd Sunday in Advent December 5, 2021

Anglican Bible STUDY 49, 2nd Sunday in Advent December 5, 2021

Anglican Bible STUDY 49, 2nd Sunday in Advent December 5, 2021.


2nd Sunday in Advent December 5, 2021


SUB-THEME 7: The Lord God of all nations (9)

TOPIC: God’s love for Nigeria

TEXTS: Gen 18:20-33Josh. 24: 14-152 Chron. 7: 14;

AIMS: i. to recognize the love of God for Nigeria; and

ii. to educate Christians on their roles to prevent Nigeria’s destruction

INTRODUCTION: But for God’s love, the issue of internal insecurities, ethnic and religious bigotry, and political nepotism was capable to have torn Nigeria into shreds. God’s essential nature is love (1 John 4: 1-8) for His people including Nigeria. However, His wrath is an expression of His holy love. If He is not a God of wrath, His love is no more than frail, worthless, and sentimental, rendering the concept of mercy meaningless, and making the cross a cruel and unnecessary experience for His Son.

The text (Gen 18:20-33) reveals God’s intention to save and deliver an unholy nation. Being a just God, He gives fair and impartial treatment to all people. Hence, He informed Abraham before He embarked on the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah (Gen. 18: 17-21), thereby giving Abraham the opportunity to intercede. In the same way, the intercessory prayers of Christians for Nigeria will move God in all His love and kindness to spare Nigeria from destruction.


1. Explain how you understand the concept of God’s love for Nigeria.

2. Read Isa. 65: 1-14. Which of the sins mentioned in this passage is not found in Nigeria? Use Gen 19:29 to prove the fact that God loves Nigeria.

3. What choices are available to every Nigerian regarding God’s love? Josh. 24: 14-15Deut. 30:19; Ps. 1: 1-6

4. What should Christians do to help save Nigeria from destruction? 2Chro 7:14 (Gen 18:20-33)

CONCLUSION: God’s love for Nigeria is manifested in the fact that: despite all ethnic and tribal diversity, multiple languages, wickedness and terrorism all over the land, God has kept her intact. Christians should not relent in their efforts and continue to pray until God saves Nigeria from her evil and wicked ways.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: It is God’s mercy that has not allowed Nigeria’s destruction

MEMORY VERSE: 2Chron 7:14 “If My people who are called by My name will humble themselves, and pray and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land”.

Anglican Bible STUDY 49, 2nd Sunday in Advent December 5, 2021

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Abu Anglican and Ancient and Modern.

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