Rejection Answer’s



  1. Rejection hurts most when we experience it from someone we depended on, trustedor even loved. 


  1. Does God understand rejection?  Yes   No 


  1. Has God ever experienced this pain of rejection?Yes  No


  1. Is it even possible for God to experience rejection? Yes  No


  1. Has God everfelt forsaken! Yes   No


  1. A dictionary definition of the word is forsaken is “to appear sador lonelybecause desertedor abandoned.”


  1. What are two attributes and characteristics that God and man share.the ability to love and experience sorrow. 


  1. Isaiah 53:3 says:  “He was despisedand forsakenof men, a man of sorrowsand acquainted with grief.


  1. What did Jesus cry out in Matthew 27:46?  “My God, My God, why have you forsakenme?”


  1. The fact is that the real problem for us is more likely the fear of rejectionthan rejectionitself.


  1. Yet I John 4:18 tells us that:“There is no fearin love; but perfect lovecasts out fear,


  1. Therefore, the antidote to fear is:“perfect love”