Flint had a bad day. He tried to do something new and when things did not go perfectly, the other kids laughed at him. He wanted to give up. But his mother comes to the rescue, just in time, to give him the encouragement he needs to keep on with his work. Application One (general): Even... Continue Reading
Actions have consequences. When people are in the midst of sin, they give little heed to the ultimate outcome. Evil has an initial rush of sweetness, but in the end it becomes bitter. At that moment, the wise person cries out to God, like a little one would cry out for her mommy -- to bind the... Continue Reading
Frank did an incredibly brave thing, especially by modern standards. He could have lied to avoid the spanking. He could have crafted a lighter sentence for himself. But Frank knew what was right, and what was needed. Proverbs 13:1 says, "A wise son accepts his father's discipline." Avoiding... Continue Reading
The Blind Side - Movie Bible Study
Does human practicality or godly principle really guide your actions?
The Blind Side can stimulate discussions about making decisions from a Christian perspective, our obligation to help those in need, and the importance of family and thankfulness. The Blind Side can also inspire talk about our need to identify with something outside ourselves, and how training and testing form our character.
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