I for Inside the Building (the Heart)
The building represents the heart and everything happening inside it (I Samuel 16:7). So with that, take a quick poll on this question: "How many of you think the suspect will eventually surrender?" Then widen the discussion more by asking why or why not? The answer for this dilemma is featured in the essay When Jacob Becomes Job (Page 61). Reading this to your class will reach out to the vulnerable hearts of men. So be prepared to pause. And, of course, they're all still looking for themselves in this story. Also consider sharing Biblical Algebra's Jonah = Y (why?)
Okay! Eye's back on the board. Go to C for Calls from the Negotiator (click here)
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