HERE IS A FREE BIBLE STUDY ON OBADIAH FOR YOUR YOUTH GROUP!
This free Bible study on Obadiah studies Obadiah’s short prophecy about the people of Edom to help your students learn how to embrace humility, acceptance, and forgiveness.
HERE IS HOW THIS FREE BIBLE STUDY ON OBADIAH BREAKS DOWN:
RESISTING ARROGANCE, PREJUDICE, AND VENGEANCE
The prophet Obadiah wrote a letter to deliver a harsh warning about the feud between the people of Edom and Israel. Their feud began thousands of years earlier with a fight between brothers that led the Edomites to hate the Israelites and lust for revenge. Their hatred turned to horror when Edom went on a Jewish killing spree in Jerusalem (Psalm 137:7; Obadiah 1:11-14). God appointed Obadiah to deliver a harsh prophecy that reveals three errors that can cause the downfall of us all.
Obadiah shares a harsh word from God to warn the Edomites about their arrogant attitudes. God despises arrogance. Thus, he promised to knock the Edomites off of their pedestal. Downfall was inevitable. Edom thought they were big shots, but God vowed to “make them small.” The same is true for us. We must learn how to fight off pride, reject prejudices, and overcome vengeance.
Scripture: Obadiah 1:2-3
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