Church and Religion: 18.10.21_kids

Habakkuk 2:15-20 The Lord is in His Holy Temple Summary: We humans long to be happy and safe. Think about all you do every day to take care of yourself and make yourself happy. What are some of those things? Today as we study this little book of Habakkuk again, we hear God telling us of all the terrible things God's enemies have done to try to be safe and happy. But only God can save and care for us. Let's listen as God speaks to us today: Outline: 1. Using people cannot save you 2. Other gods cannot save you 3. The ray of hope: The Lord is in His Holy Temple Verse: Habakkuk 2:20 But the Lord is in his holy temple; let all the earth keep silence before him. Discussion Questions: 1. How does God condemn the reckless pursuit of dominance in this passage? How do you see the unbelieving world seek safety, power and pleasure without God today? How might you also seek those things as well? 2. How is the futility of idolatry described in vv. 17-19? How do those same principles of idolatry apply more broadly today? 3. How does v.20 provide the proper answer to those who rebel against God? How did Jesus take the cup of God's wrath (v.16) for you, and how should that encourage your walk this week? How would it influence your fight against sin?

18.10.21_kids
Habakkuk 2:15-20 The Lord is in His Holy Temple Summary: We humans long to be happy and safe. Think about all you do every day to take care of yourself and make yourself happy. What are some of those things? Today as we study this little book of Habakkuk again, we hear God telling us of all the terrible things God's enemies have done to try to be safe and happy. But only God can save and care for us. Let's listen as God speaks to us today: Outline: 1. Using people cannot save you 2. Other gods cannot save you 3. The ray of hope: The Lord is in His Holy Temple Verse: Habakkuk 2:20 But the Lord is in his holy temple; let all the earth keep silence before him. Discussion Questions: 1. How does God condemn the reckless pursuit of dominance in this passage? How do you see the unbelieving world seek safety, power and pleasure without God today? How might you also seek those things as well? 2. How is the futility of idolatry described in vv. 17-19? How do those same principles of idolatry apply more broadly today? 3. How does v.20 provide the proper answer to those who rebel against God? How did Jesus take the cup of God's wrath (v.16) for you, and how should that encourage your walk this week? How would it influence your fight against sin?

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