Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Generation gap

The lesson writers for “Follow the Lord’s Will” emphasize man’s ability to make life choices (right and wrong) in contrast to a fatalistic view that attributes everything that happens to “the Lord’s will.”

Reading Mark Rathel’s comments on the focal passage the following words were top of mind: blind, illiterate, shallow, and foolish. To start your lesson, try putting these words on a marker board and ask members what category of people they describe. Note their answers on the board, too.

I thought the words best described a younger generation who is biblically illiterate, un-churched, and unwise. Members of a generation gap perhaps?

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