Cursed Dragon Story (Ezekiel 28)
Anointed Cherubim – angel & banner – God created a leader among angels. He was perfect in beauty, pure of heart. He was given wisdom, honor, and influence.
Pride’s Origin – dragon, crown, sword – The angel became prideful because of his wealth, power, and great skill in trade. He became wicked and violent.
Outcast Rebel – mountain, cloud, crown, dragon – Satan considered himself a god, so God cast him out of heaven. Kings and nations witnessed his downfall.
Tragic Aftermath – water, flame, chains – The nations were appalled at his transformation from angel to dragon. He is cursed forever, living in a deep, fiery pit.
- Imagine how God felt watching Satan grow corrupt.
- Compare Satan before and after his downfall.
- How can someone so pure end up this wicked?
- Make a list of some of the mysteries in this story.
- Imagine you’re there, watching Satan change into a dragon. What stands out about his transformation?
- Consider Proverbs 16:18, “Pride goes before a fall.”
- What does it feel like to lament the loss of a loved one? What’s life like on the other side of great loss?
The following activities will help you remember the story, apply wisdom to your own life, and tell the story to others.
- Pray. Listen to the story. Draw the story.
- Tell the story with the drawings.
- Draw your own pictures to illustrate the story.
- Pray and ask the Holy Spirit to reveal wisdom in the story.
- Pray. What is the Holy Spirit asking you to do next?
- Go and tell the story to someone. Discuss the story.
- Disciple others to become Spirit-filled storytellers.
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