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Study Four: What is in and what is Out?

TRENDY - DAG - IN - OUT - NERD - WITH IT - JERK - COOL

1. What are three things that have been fads?
___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________

2. What is something that is popular now but won't be in three years?
________________________________________________________________________________

3. In the two columns below write what is 'in' in the first and what is 'out' in the second?
Music    _________________________ 

WHAT  IS  IN  AND WHAT IS  OUT?
TRENDY - DAG - IN - OUT - NERD - WITH IT - JERK - COOL

1. What are three things that have been fads?
___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________

2. What is something that is popular now but won't be in three years?
________________________________________________________________________________

3. In the two columns below write what is 'in' in the first and what is 'out' in the second?

Music                      _________________________          _________________________

Clothes                    _________________________         _________________________

Television shows   _________________________         _________________________

Movie stars             _________________________         _________________________

Cars                        _________________________         _________________________

Socially                   _________________________         _________________________

Read the following passages from the Bible and compare the crowd's reaction to Jesus.

Mark 11:7-10 "The disciples led the donkey to Jesus. They put some of their clothes on its back, and Jesus got on. 8Many people spread clothes on the road, while others went to cut branches from the fields. 9In front of Jesus and behind him, people went along shouting,
 "Hooray! God bless the one who comes in the name of the Lord!
10 God bless the coming kingdom of our ancestor David. Hooray for God in heaven above!"
11After Jesus had gone to Jerusalem, he went into the temple and looked around at everything. But since it was already late in the day, he went back to Bethany with the twelve disciples."

Mark 15:6-14 "During Passover, Pilate always freed one prisoner chosen by the people. 7And at that time there was a prisoner named Barabbas. He and some others had been arrested for murder during a riot. 8The Jewish people now came and asked Pilate to set a prisoner free, just as he usually did.
9Pilate asked them, "Do you want me to free the king of the Jews?" 10Pilate knew that the chief priests had brought Jesus to him because they were jealous.
11But the chief priests told the crowd to ask Pilate to free Barabbas. 12Then Pilate asked the crowd, "What do you want me to do with this man you say is the king of the Jews?"
13They yelled, "Nail him to a cross!"
14Pilate asked, "But what crime has he done?"
"Nail him to a cross!" they yelled even louder."

4. How did the crowd treat Jesus in the first passage? ____________________________________

5. How did the crowd treat Jesus in the second passage? _________________________________

6. These two situations are separated by less than ten days, why do you think the crowd had changed so much?
________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________

7. 'Fashions and fads change with popularity but if something is true it is always true!'
What do you think this statement means?_________________________

Clothes  _________________________ _________________________

Television shows _________________________ _________________________

Movie stars           _________________________ _________________________

Cars                       _________________________ _________________________

Socially                   _________________________ _________________________


Read the following passages from the Bible and compare the crowd's reaction to Jesus.
Mark 11:7-10 "The disciples led the donkey to Jesus. They put some of their clothes on its back, and Jesus got on. Many people spread clothes on the road, while others went to cut branches from the fields. In front of Jesus and behind him, people went along shouting,
 "Hooray! God bless the one who comes in the name of the Lord!
 God bless the coming kingdom of our ancestor David. Hooray for God in heaven above!"
After Jesus had gone to Jerusalem, he went into the temple and looked around at everything. But since it was already late in the day, he went back to Bethany with the twelve disciples."

Mark 15:6-14 "During Passover, Pilate always freed one prisoner chosen by the people. And at that time there was a prisoner named Barabbas. He and some others had been arrested for murder during a riot. The Jewish people now came and asked Pilate to set a prisoner free, just as he usually did.
Pilate asked them, "Do you want me to free the king of the Jews?" Pilate knew that the chief priests had brought Jesus to him because they were jealous.
But the chief priests told the crowd to ask Pilate to free Barabbas. Then Pilate asked the crowd, "What do you want me to do with this man you say is the king of the Jews?"
They yelled, "Nail him to a cross!"
Pilate asked, "But what crime has he done?"
"Nail him to a cross!" they yelled even louder."

4. How did the crowd treat Jesus in the first passage? ____________________________________

5. How did the crowd treat Jesus in the second passage? _________________________________

6. These two situations are separated by less than ten days, why do you think the crowd had changed so much?
________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________

7. 'Fashions and fads change with popularity but if something is true it is always true!'
What do you think this statement means?