Absorbed

Self-Absorbed

Me, myself and I.

We are always on our minds, we naturally think about ourselves before anyone or anything. We are self-absorbed. This must change.

In Judges 7, Gideon is finally ready to trust God and move forward in defeating the Midianite army. There is only one problem, the army that Gideon has is too large.

See, God has a plan, He wants to show Himself to the Israelites and He wants to show Himself to you.

Gideon’s army is large enough, that when they defeat the Midianites they will naturally take the credit for themselves. Self-absorbed

However, God wants the Israelites to be absorbed with Him. Therefore, if God dwindles the Israelite army to such a small number (300) to battle an army that is incredibly large (over 100,000); then when the Israelite’s win the war they will only be able to credit the victory to God. They will GLORY (celebrate) in Him rather than in themselves.                        

God-absorbed rather than self-absorbed.

 Read over these Bible verses Monday through Friday. You can read as many of the verses as you would like to each day. The questions that follow will guide you through as you ask God to show you His plan for your life. Any questions? Just message us on Facebook. Finish up your week with the video we will post each Friday. We’ve got your whole week covered!



Judges 7:1-2       1 Chronicles 29:10-11       Exodus 14:30-31      Exodus 15:1-19    Luke 1:46-49             
 

  1. Do you consider yourself to be self-absorbed or God-absorbed?
  2. How much time do you spend a day thinking of yourself?
  3. How can you become less and God become more in your life?
  4. What are some things that you can praise God for this past week?

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