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A Look at Opportunities and How We Respond. What Will You Do?. Introduction. We have all seen bracelets with the letters WW J D The question I want to ask is WW Y D Scripture is filled with examples of how people respond in different situations. When the enemy seems too strong.

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introduction
Introduction
  • We have all seen bracelets with the letters WWJD
  • The question I want to ask is WWYD
  • Scripture is filled with examples of how people respond in different situations
when the enemy seems too strong
When the enemy seems too strong
  • David trusted in God and met the enemy head on (1 Sam 17)
    • The size of the enemy (vs 1-10)
    • The faith of David (vs 32-40)
    • The response of the enemy (vs 41-44)
    • The response of David, the battle, victory (vs 45-51)
  • Joshua and Caleb trusted in God when all others doubted (Num 13:17-14:45)
    • The call to spy the land and the response (Num 13:17-33)
    • The reaction of Joshua and Caleb and the response of the people (Num 14:6-10)
    • The reward for the believers and the penalty for the doubters (Num 14:26-30, 36:37)
    • The promise fulfilled (Josh 14:6-13)
when you have the opportunity for revenge
When you have the opportunity for revenge
  • Joseph forgave his brothers and cared for them (Gen 37-50)
    • The selling of Joseph (vs 27:18-36)
    • Joseph overwhelmed at opportunity to receive his brothers (Gen 45:1-4)
    • Joseph explained all was the will of God (Gen 45:5-11)
    • The family moves close to Joseph (Gen 45:24-46:1)
  • New Testament teaching on forgiveness
    • Peter’s question and Christ’s parable on forgiveness (Mt 18:21-35)
    • Repay no one evil for evil (Rom 12:17-21)
    • Forgive and receive Onesimus (Philemon 8-21)
when presented with the opportunity to help
When presented with the opportunity to help
  • When the King returns He will render each according to his deeds (Mt 25:31-46)
    • The separation right and left (vs 31-33)
    • The statement to those on the right and their response (vs 34-40)
    • The statement to those on the left and their response (vs 41-45)
  • The account of the “Good Samaritan” (Lk 10:30-38)
    • The injury to the traveler (vs 30)
    • The responses of the religious leaders (vs 31-32)
    • The response of the Samaritan (vs 33- 35)
    • The application from Jesus (vs 36-38)
when presented with the realization you have sinned
When presented with the realization you have sinned
  • The Prodigal son returned to his father and sought forgiveness (Lk 15:11-32)
    • The request and mistakes of the son (vs 11-16)
    • The realization of his sin and action taken (vs 17-21)
    • The forgiveness by the father (vs 22-24)
    • The lesson to the other son (vs 25-32)
  • The response on the Day of Pentecost (Acts 2)
    • Holy Spirit falls on apostles and people become confused (vs 1-13)
    • Peter rises up and preaches to the people (vs 14-36)
    • The response of those who heard and Peter’s command to them (vs 37-40)
    • The baptism of the people and the growth of the Church (vs 41-47)
conclusion
Conclusion
  • When the enemy seems too strong… what will you do?
  • When you have the opportunity for revenge… what will you do?
  • When presented wit the opportunity to help… what will you do?
  • When presented with the realization you are in sin… what will you do?