Eli: Justification versus Sanctification
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Eli: Justification versus Sanctification ("If I Close My Eyes Don't You Just Disappear?")
"A Study of One Father's Denials and Destruction"
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Eli exemplifies a person in ministry leadership who knows that there is wrongdoing and corruption but refuses to take care of business and instead attempts to ignore it.
Suffering from disappointment in his offspring and with no one qualified to leave his legacy to, Eli opted to ignore the issues and the very obvious and well publicized sins of his family and allowed his life’s work to crumble before his very eyes.
When things fall apart an “Eli” acts surprised that things were so bad. To say that Eli “turned a blind eye” would be an understatement when compared to the damage that was allowed to continue not only in his family but in the Temple of God and in the lives of the people as a result of Eli’s denial.
Eli’s ChurchBuster was justification of his actions instead of sanctification of his life. Eli also justified the sins of his sons instead of admonishing them to sanctify themselves and be holy.
In his disappointment and self-indulgence along with an unwillingness to do what he had been called to do by the LORD, Eli failed to rule in his own house as well as in his own ministry and lived just long enough to see the judgement of the LORD upon his house and ministry.
Let’s allow Eli’s failures to be lessons by which we learn to do things in truth and righteousness.
Here is Eli’s ChurchBuster Episode.
This 43 page Study Guide is excellent for both personal and group studies! It consists of bite-sized sections that can be discussed in weekly group settings and segues nicely in to the following parts without disruption or forgetting what was studied the week before.
You will appreciate the “Kingdom Principles” that are dispersed throughout this Study Guide as well as the fully-documented Scripture quotes and sources that support the “storyline”.
At the end of the Study are a series of introspective, thought provoking questions that will help to stimulate not only your personal spiritual growth but will aid in leading a group discussion as well. The author has also included several pages of lined “My Notes” where your comments and those “Ah-Ha!” moments can be written down!
This format is in .PDF so it can be printed out for individual use or directly off of your smart phone, ipad or laptop!