Nahum: Where Is God's Justice? (10 of 17) by Chris Brown

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Nahum: Where Is God’s Justice? (10 of 17)
Series: The Unknown Prophets
Chris Brown
Nahum

How to interpret Nahum today:
Nahum 1-3

Nineveh and Israel are symbols for Nineveh and Israel.

Nahum gives the hope and encouragement that:

God has great power.
God will judge the wicked.
God will bless those who stay faithful.

How it applies to us today:
Psalm 73, 2 Thessalonians 1:6-10, 1 Chronicles 6:31-39, 15:16-19, 16:1-7, 37-38, 25:1-2,
2 Chronicles 29:30, Nehemiah 11:17-22

I have to change the all about me and all about now attitude.

Focusing on others will depress us.
Psalm 73: 2-12

Focusing on self will disappoint us.
Psalm 73: 13-14

Focusing on God will:

give us an eternal perspective.
Psalm 73: 16-20

show us who we really are.
Psalm 73: 21-22

show us who he really is.
Psalm 73: 23-24

show us what we really have.
Psalm 73: 25-28

Something to think about:

Do I measure God’s blessings by the prosperity of life, or my closeness to him?

TAKING IT HOME
At the end of his message, Chris asked the question, ''Do I measure God’s blessings by the prosperity of life, or my closeness to him?'' How do you answer that question?

Is there anything you need to do to help you develop a clearer perspective of God and how he works in your life through trials?

2. The lessons of hope and encouragement from Nahum are that God has great power, he’ll deal with the wicked, and he’ll bless those who trust him. Is there an area of your life where you need to be reminded of one or more of these truths?

Growth Group Homework

QUICK REVIEW

Looking back at your notes from this week’s teaching Nahum: Where Is God’s Justice?, was there anything that particularly caught your attention, challenged or confused you?

MY STORY
1. We heard this weekend how we have a choice during hard times on what we focus on – others, self, or God. When you are going through a to ...


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