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Read: John 14:1-4 from a couple of different translations.
Lead Question for each section:
What stood out to you from the video segment? Any favorite quotes? Anything confuse you?
Section 1 - HCSKL 2010 - Day 21 - (1:59:30 to 2:04:56)
2:00:40 - Dan interprets these verses in terms of what desire of the Father? What does God want to do in us?
2:01:10 - In such an interpretation, who are the mansions / rooms / dwelling places?
2:01:40 - How has He always seen us?
2:02:50 - 1 Peter 2:4-5
2:03:20 - What makes you "fit for a King"?
How does the thought and reality of God living inside of you impact your everyday life and the way that you see yourself? How does it change you?
Section 2 - HCSKL 2010 - Day 21 - (2:04:47 to 2:10:03)
What most inspires you from this teaching?
2:08:00 - John 7:38-39 - Who is the river flowing out of / through us? What happens wherever it flows?
2:08:25 - Ps. 1:2-3
2:08:50 - Is. 61:3
2:09:45 - "He's making us His home and He's making Him our home. He's making two one. We don't live apart." Does this thought freak you out at all? If so, why?
Section 3 - HCSKL 2010 - Day 21 - (2:10:06 to 2:17:17)
2:10:30 - How is a place in heaven less personal than what Dan is pointing us towards?
2:11:15 - Why is it that we can be content in all circumstances?
2:11:40 - Why does the devil work so hard to keep us from the truth of union and communion with God here and now?
2:13:40 - "This whole thing (the Bible) is written to show that we've all become one - we've all been created to be one. It's always been about being one. And the only reason Jesus came is to reestablish and reaffirm that truth so that we could enjoy and experience that which we were created for - communion and union with deity - God almighty... It's all about union with Him. Christianity is union with God."
2:15:55 - We are His home - He lives in us - but what is He to us? Where are we seated? How are both of these things possible at the same time? Who makes that possible?