by Chris Brown

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Love Gone Wrong (32 of 47)
Series: The Genesis Project
Pastor Chris Brown
Genesis 34 and 35

Two chapters of extremes:
Genesis 34 and 35

Four lessons from the fallout:
Genesis 34 and 35

1. When we are heading in the wrong direction,
we are heading in the wrong direction.

2. Where there is no spiritual leadership, sin will fill the void.

3. The only cure for worldliness is to separate from it.

4. Our greatest need is to be reminded, not instructed.

One question that keeps us in the game:
Ephesians 5:8-9, Ephesians 6:10-12, John 10:10, 1 John 5:19, Romans 8:31-38

- What relationship do I have with the devil?

- Friend

- Acquaintance

- Enemy

1. This week we saw how Jacob and his sons nowhere included God in their thought processes or sought him for answers in how to deal with the tragic situation Dinah found herself in. What does Colossians 3:16-17 tell us about the importance of involving God in all that we do and how to go about doing that?

Are there any areas in your life (family, friends, work, hobbies, school, etc.) where you tend to not live out God's character or allow him to
guide you?

Are there any friends you need to invite to have the kind of input in your life described in verse 16?


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