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High School Heroes Week 10: Josiah

In the Bible, there are countless stories of teenagers with a heroic faith that led to a heroic way of living. There is so much teenagers of today can learn from the faithful teenagers of the past!

Austin MankinJul 29, 2020Dallas

In This Series (11)
High School Heroes Week 11: The Israelite Maid
Jermaine HarrisonAug 5, 2020Dallas
High School Heroes Week 10: Josiah
Austin MankinJul 29, 2020Dallas
High School Heroes Week 9: Jeremiah
Austin MankinJul 22, 2020Dallas
High School Heroes Week 8: Samuel
Jermaine HarrisonJul 15, 2020Dallas
High School Heroes Week 7: Uzziah
Jermaine HarrisonJul 8, 2020Dallas
High School Heroes Week 6: Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego
Jermaine HarrisonJul 1, 2020Dallas
High School Heroes Week 5: Mary
Austin MankinJun 24, 2020Dallas
High School Heroes Week 4: Esther
Jermaine HarrisonJun 17, 2020Dallas
High School Heroes Week 3: Daniel
Austin MankinJun 10, 2020Dallas
High School Heroes Week 2: David
Jermaine HarrisonJun 3, 2020Dallas
High School Heroes Week 1: Joseph
Jermaine HarrisonMay 27, 2020Dallas

Discussion Questions:
• When was the last time you were changed by something you read in God’s word?
• Is there an idol in your life right now that you need to get rid of?
• Do you define success by how you measure up to Gods word or others?
• When was the last time you shared what you learned in God’s word?

Heroic Principle: The Bible will change your life.

Summary:
At the age of eight Josiah inherited a corrupt kingdom that had turned away from the Lord.
Josiah used Gods Word to lead one of the greatest recorded revivals in history. Josiah’s story is a powerful example that Gods word can change your life when you read and respond to it.

Key Takeaways:
• The reason King Josiah was a great king is because he allowed Gods word to change his life.
• The Bible will help you recognize your sin, remove your idols, rise above your environment, and read what you are learning to others.
• An idol is anything that we put before God.
• If you know Gods word, you have the power to change the environment you are around.
• Read the Bible like you are going to teach the Bible. When you know Gods word you always have something important to say.
• When we remove an idol from our life, we must make sure we don’t leave room for that sin to enter again.
• Don’t come to Gods word casually, come to Gods word hungry.

Scripture:
• Matthew 22:36-39
• 2 Kings 21:16
• 2 Kings 22:2, 8,11
• 2 Kings 23:1-3, 19, 25