All By Myself (1 Kings 18-19)
What does a prophet do?
Forth telling –
What is God’s prescription in these times?
Renewal us physically
Renew us spiritually
Renew our perspective
What is God whispering to you?
Proverbs: Back to Basics
Dr. Travis Derico takes us “Back to the Basics” this Sunday.
Torn In Two (1 Kings 12)
If you’re a movie critic, you have six common categories that show up in all good stories.
- Setting: the places or the circumstances in which the story takes place.
- Characters. Who are the main characters?
- Point of view. From whose point of view is the story being told?
- Plot. A conflict arising in the story.
- Resolution. The resolution of the conflict can be good or bad.
- Theme. What is the subject of the movie? What do we learn?
Let’s review a biblical drama, using these same categories.
The point of view.
The plot. (1 Kings 12:1-15a)
The resolution. 1 Kings 12:16-17, 20, 24)
The resolution of this conflict is a ____________ kingdom.
The theme. What is the theme of this story?
We make ______________ and those _____________ turn around and make us.
The stakes go up when you are an _______________ because everyone under us is affected by the results of our ________________.
If I am the instigator of poor _______________, I must _________________
If I am the recipient of poor _______________, I must __________________
What does this story mean to my life right now?
Sex: Learning to be Intimate from the Perspective of the Infinite.
Biblical Text: Song of Songs