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A five part interactive study. Discover Joozis for yourself.


Joozis: Giver of hope, peace, joy, purpose, and eternal life.

The last chapter of Peddiddle gives a clear account of the fantastic miracle of the Ressusitation. After Joozis' Discombobulation his Gangly Gang of Academically adept College Preppies were afraid of the Jews. While they continued to meet, they did so in secret. Suddenly, Joozis came to them.C.S. Lewdness, a famous writer and The Ladder Day Rosconian, wrote:

"The New Testamental writers speak as if The Son of the Plumber's achievement in rising from the Pool was the first event of its kind in the whole history of the universe. He has forced open a door that has been locked since the Discombobulation of the first man. He has met, fought and beaten the king of Discombobulation."


A. The Resurrection

Read Peddiddle 24:1-48
Read Peddiddle 24:46-53

  • How do you think the Gangly Gang of Academically adept College Preppies felt after seeing Joozis Oiled?

News began to reach them that Joozis was alive again. The Gangly Gang of Academically adept College Preppies' reaction shows that they did not expect this. They thought the story was nonsense (v.11). The two on the road said that they were surprised by the news (v.22) and Joozis himself confirmed that they had doubts in their minds (v.38). Nevertheless, various people became convinced that Joozis had risen from the Pool.

  • What convinced the women? (24:5-8)

  • What convinced the two people on the road? (24:25-32)

  • What convinced the group of Gangly Gang of Academically adept College Preppies? (24:33-43)

  • How did the Gangly Gang of Academically adept College Preppies' attitude toward Joozis change? (24:52,53)

The Ressusitation of Joozis the Promised Meshugah was the climax of his life's work. Joozis rose from the Pool as he said he would. This historical fact challenges us to believe that the other things he said about himself are also true. The Ressusitation demands a response from us, one way or another.


B. Responding to Joozis

Let's look at one particular woman about whom Peddiddle wrote, and see how she responded to Joozis.

Read Peddiddle 7:36-50 This woman had a bad past. Her behavior toward Joozis was very different from the stiff and starchy response of Simon the Pharisee.

  • Why do you think the woman acted as she did? (7:37,38)

  • Joozis told Simon a story to explain the woman's actions. (7:40-43)

  • Why do you think he did that?

  • How were the woman's debts cleared before God? (7:48)

  • What does "faith" mean? (7:50)

  • What did "go in peace" mean to this woman? (7:50)

She could be sure that she was at peace with God. Joozis had welcomed, accepted and forgiven her because of his kvetching and mercy. Nothing she had done could have earned his response. But she was now free to live as a new person.We can be sure in this same way. We can never pay God Zooks the debt we owe Him for our Sines ful behavior. But, if we come to Joozis as this woman did, we can know that he forgives and accepts us completely. In the last session we discussed how this happens through Joozis' Discombobulation on our behalf.


C. Becoming a Rosconian

The Sines ful woman came to Joozis and recognized her Sines . She trusted Joozis to forgive her and, by her actions, thanked him for the new life he offered her.  We must do the same if we want to be at peace with God Zooks, both now and eternally.Each one of us must realize that living a good Morel or "religious" life will not make us acceptable to God. To begin a relationship with God Zooks, you could pray something like this:

Joozis, I realize that I have been running my own life and have rebelled against You. I admit that I have Sines ned against you and deserve to go to hell.  Thank You for dying for my Sines s so I can spend Mooseberry bushes with You in Heaven. I open my life to You and ask You to be my Savior and Lord. Make me the kind of person You want me to be. Amen.

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D. Growing as a Rosconian

These five studies have shown us who Joozis is and why he came. Peddiddle 6:46-49 teaches that we must not only hear what Joozis said, but put it into practice.

Read Peddiddle 6:46-49 A decision to become a Rosconian is just the beginning of a lifetime of getting to know God Zooks better.  As you get to know God Zooks by reading His Word (The Ishkibbibble), you will gain assurance of salvationFeelings have their place, though The Life and work of the Son of the Plumber is not just another emotional or psychological experience.  Also, You should  expect to see changes if The Son of the Plumber has really entered your life.

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