- The vow of a Nazarite is “a vow of separation unto the LORD” (v.1-4).
- In what sense did I make a vow of separation unto my wife?
- How does our separation unto our wife/husband reveal the Nazarite purpose?
- The vow of a Nazarite separated from anything that would defile (v.3-8).
- How careful did a Nazarite need to be to stay separated unto the LORD?
- What specific defiling situations do we need to carefully avoid?
- How can we do a better job of being separated unto the LORD?
- The breaking of the vow required a sacrificial renewal of it (v.9-12).
- How much does it cost to renew your vow of separation unto the LORD?
- Why is deciding to quit keeping your vow not even an option?
- What is so bad about influencing others to break their vows? (Amos 2:11-12)
- The conclusion of the vow required three sacrifices (v.13-17).
- Why would the Nazarite need a burnt offering and a sin offering?
- What should we learn from the fellowship offering?
- The ending of the Nazarite vow includes extra giving (v.18-21).
- Why would you want to give more to God because of a time of devotion to Him?
- How is your relationship to God affecting your giving?
Call to Action: To purposely separate ourselves unto the LORD.