What does it say?
- Read Genesis 14
- List all the people mentioned.
- How many kings are mentioned?
- List all the places mentioned.
- Who is the conflict between in vv. 1–12?
- What happens to the Rephaim, the Zuzim, the Emim, the Horites, the Amalekites, and the Amorites in vv. 5–7?
- Who is taken in v. 12?
- How does Abram respond in v. 14–15?
- What is the result of Abram's action?
- Who blesses Abram in v. 18–20?
- How does Abram respond to the King of Sodom?
- What did we learn about Sodom in chapter 13?
What does it mean?
- Summarize the passage in one sentence.
- Why does the author include vv. 1–7?
- What are "bitumen pits" in v. 10?
- What does the passage tell us about Abram?
- Who is Mechizedek and what's so significant about him?
- Where else is he mentioned in the Bible?
- Why does Abram refuse the king of Sodom's goods?
- How does this passage point to and relate to Jesus Christ?
How should it change us?
- How does this passage encourage you to rely upon God?
- How does this passage promote humility?
- How are you tempted to rely on earthly possessions or people instead of God?
- How can we practically help one another when a fellow church member is in trouble?
- Sing The King in All His Beauty to God and to one another