Beyond the Broadcast
August 7–November 6 , 2014
Abraham: One Nomad's Amazing Journey of Faith
What does it mean to be “the friend of God”? Though he lived in a world at enmity with God, Abraham modeled an enviable walk of faith. When told to go, he went. When promised, he believed. When commanded, he obeyed—even when it seemed to make no sense at all. Abraham wasn’t “the friend of God” (James 2:23) because of his intellect, his pedigree, or his fortune. Abraham was God’s friend because of his faith. Follow the great Patriarch on his epic adventure in Abraham: One Nomad’s Amazing Journey of Faith, and be challenged to answer life-changing questions. As you witness an imperfect man’s transformation into a hero of the faith, you’ll be warned by his failures and inspired by his trust . . . and you’ll learn what it really means to be a “friend of God.”
- Genesis 12:1–9
- Genesis 15:1–6
- Genesis 22:1–14
- Luke 17:28–33
- Acts 7:2–8
- Romans 4:1–25
- Galatians 3:1–9
- Hebrews 7:1–10
- Hebrews 11:8–19
- James 2:20–24
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- A Patriarch in Panorama
- Going . . . Not Knowing
- Never-to-Be-Forgotten Promises
- When the Faithful Fail
- A Decision That Led to a Disaster
- Abram, the Greathearted
- Can We Talk?
- Running ahead of God
- Deepening Our Roots with God
- One of Those Upper-Downer Days
- What Happens When We Pray?
- When the Cesspool Overflows
- A Wail of Two Cities
- Overcoming Depravity's Dangerous Undertow
- Disobedience Déjà Vu
- It's a Boy!
- Forgiven Sin . . . Lingering Consequences
- When God Says, "Let Go!"
- The Pleasures of Passing God's Exams
- On Finding Your Lifelong Companion
- What a Way to Go!
- Portrait of a Hero . . . Warts and Everything
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November 7, 2014
What do I do? What a haunting yet profound question. We’ve all found ourselves in situations where we felt helpless when determining our next step. Either due to lack of knowledge or lack of ability, we’ve wondered what we should do.
And yet, the very act of wondering—of asking questions such as “What if I suddenly lose everything?” or “What if I need a second chance?”—stands as a perfect opportunity to gain biblical wisdom about difficult subjects.
As you make your way through this What If series, remember it’s often in wrestling with the difficult questions and decisions we face that we come closest to the Lord.