November 13, 2016

“The God of Relationships: The Temple of Love”

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Passage: l Corinthians 7:32-34, Genesis 22, 29 
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“The God of Relationships: The Temple of Love”

l Corinthians 7:32-34, Genesis 22, 29 

l.  The god of romance  (l Cor. 32-34, Genesis 29)

 

    A.  The glamour of falling in love must be experienced at all cost

    B.  You will never become happy unless you find that

          special someone

    C.  This often causes Christians to compromise and rush

          into a relationship

    D.  It can lead to unrealistic expectations

    E.  Church “singles” are often seen as second class or incomplete

          members

    F.  Unrealistic romantic love can become the focus of people’s

          lives, and not the Lord

    G.  This mindset is seen in music, novels, and movies

    H.  Glamorous love becomes a god on the throne, replacing

          the Lord

 

2.  The god of family  (Genesis 22)

 

     A.  Disordered loves

     B.  Unrealistic pressure

     C.  Unreachable expectations

     D.  Unreasonable disappointments

     E.  Undeserved criticism

     F.  Unfair comparisons

 

3.  The god of me 

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