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Noah: Being Odd For God (6 of 47)
Series: The Genesis Project
Pastor Chris Brown
A children's story for adults:
What we don't know:
What we do know:
Genesis 6-8, John 15:1-20, Hebrews 11:7, 2 Peter 2:5
Godly obedience will:
- set you apart from the crowd
- encourage others to follow
- bring salvation to others
Godly obedience can get:
- incredibly painful
The choice we're left with:
Do we trust God enough to give him our future?
TAKING IT HOME
1. What would it look like for you to trust God enough to give him your future?
2. As you think about various aspects of your life (home, work, friends, neighborhood, etc), how do you think you're doing being ''odd for God'' in each one of them?
Looking back at your notes from this week's teaching, Noah: Being Odd for God, was there anything that particularly caught your attention, challenged or confused you?
1. Chris gave us some great insight into godly obedience this weekend. Can you think of a time when your obedience set you apart from the crowd, encouraged others to follow or brought salvation to others?
Can you think of a time when obedience was uncomfortable, smelly or incredibly painful for you or someone you know?
2. One of the biggest influences on how we parent is how our parents parented us. What do you consider to be your parents' strengths as parents? Is there anything you wish they had done differently?
Can you identify any ways that your views on parenting may have been shaped by your parents' strengths or weaknesses in ra ...
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