The call of God is a holy moment. How you handle it will define your life. This three part serieslooks at a critical story in the Bible when God called the man Abram to follow his call to go tothe Promised Land.To follow the call of God requires faith in what is unseen. This brief series will challenge you tofully trust God to receive all that he has for you in life.
Will you settle or obey?
Reckless abandonment on God
Faith is not wishful thinking
Learning to live by faithPart One:
Will You Settle or Obey?
Terah “went out” with good intentions but chose to settle instead.2.
Why did Terah settle?a.
Haran was comfortable. It was known. b.
It cost less to stay in Haran. No sacrifice is required.c.
He was okay with “good enough” not longing for what’s best.d.
He was unsure of God’s voice. Moon worship worked for him.e.
He was unwilling to separate from his friends and family.3.
Ways we settle:a.
Willing to know about God instead of seeking to know him personally. b.
We select only the part of the Bible to obey that is convenient.4.
God doesn’t call us to settle. He calls us to obey.5.
Obedience often requires leaving your comfort zone with no guarantees about the future.6.
God blesses bless those who obey, not those who settle.a.
a great name (reputation, character) b.
a great people (attract a large number of people)c.
protection from evild.
being a blessing to others. (impact others for good)7.
Abraham’s obedience made him the Father of Faith.