Saturday, March 27, 2021

Homiletics Genesis 43-44

 

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Divisions (run-on sentence OK, direct verbiage from Scripture/Principles are Aims for each Division – a truth about God, a truth about man, a truth about God’s relationship to man):

1.Judah guarantees Benjamin’s safety on the trip to Egypt and Joseph is moved to see his brother (Gen 43:1-34)

Principle:  God’s plan and provision are rooted in eternity and will come to pass.

2.Judah begs to take Benjamin’s place in prison when Joseph accuses him of stealing (Gen 44:1-34)

Principle:  God is sovereign and raises up leaders in His perfect time.

 

Subject Sentence (10-word sentence with proper structure showing exactly where you are in Scripture):

Judah guarantees Benjamin’s safety and pleads to be Joseph’s slave.

 

Aim (“To Cause My Audience To…” Know, See, Learn, Understand, etc.):

TCMATK God and His plan are absolutely trustworthy.

 

Application (not yes or no question.  Meant to bring about heart change):

1.How does knowing God is in control help you step out in faith rather than shrink back in fear (maybe even in the midst of suffering)?

2.Where are you stepping out in faith to help, encourage or protect someone else?

 

The Big Idea (author’s main purpose in writing; the one thing all the other things in the passage is about; if you couldn’t talk about it, you would still understand the passage is trying to convey this):

God changes hearts

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