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If life is short, what’s the best way to live it?
Inspired by the age-old question “What is your life?”, this short film challenges the promises of the American dream and presents an alternative that offers so much more.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: United States
LANGUAGES: English, Czech, Danish, Polish
Study
STEP 1: WATCH

Watch Vapor with your small group and allow time for reflection and observation after the film is finished.

STEP 2: READ

Read 1 John 2:15-17 out loud with your group and allow time for reflection and observation of the passage of Scripture.

STEP 3: SHARE

Verse 15 commands, “Do not love the world”. What does it mean to love the world and how does it conflict with loving God?

Verse 16 mentions three temptations that come “from the world”. Which are you most drawn to in place of loving God?

Verse 17 says, “…whoever does the will God will abide forever.” How did Jesus accomplish the Father’s will on your behalf?

How does God’s love for you through Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection empower you to accomplish the will of God in your life today?

STEP 1: WATCH
Watch Vapor with your small group and allow time for reflection and observation after the film is finished.
STEP 2: READ
Read 1 John 2:15-17 out loud with your group and allow time for reflection and observation of the passage of Scripture.
STEP 3: SHARE

Verse 15 commands, “Do not love the world”. What does it mean to love the world and how does it conflict with loving God?

Verse 16 mentions three temptations that come “from the world”. Which are you most drawn to in place of loving God?

Verse 17 says, “…whoever does the will God will abide forever.” How did Jesus accomplish the Father’s will on your behalf?

How does God’s love for you through Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection empower you to accomplish the will of God in your life today?

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