In our Bible Study (that I moderate), we were talking about Luke:
8:20 And it was told him by certain which said, Thy mother and thy brethren stand without, desiring to see thee.
21 And he answered and said unto them, My mother and my brethren are these which hear the word of God, and do it.
Jesus' family was there to take him away for being mad, many think.
If they did that, it could have impeded His ministry, so He had to make a decision to reject them because they rejected His claims to that ministry.
After we discussed that verse we moved on, but a week later, I heard an Old Testament Bible passage that struck me as illustrative of that passage in Luke and I wanted to bring it up when our group next met.
We met and I could not remember it.
We discussed the passage some more and did get some good insight, but it nagged me that I could not remember it.
I felt it was an excellent OT shadow of NT fulfillment.
I (and the others) prayed that God would bring it back to my memory.
The next night (last night) I saw that the TV series "The Rifleman" was available on Amazon Prime.
I watched the first episode, and then the second, from which I copied this video clip.
Boy, was I surprised!
Lucas McCain paraphrases Job to his son Mark in the midst of a trial they find themselves in.
God answered my prayer!
Job lost his unbelieving family during his trial of steadfastness to, and belief in the righteousness of, God, but after the trial, he was given a new family.
And BTW. How often do you hear such scriptural references regarding faith on popular TV series.
And it was written by Sam Peckinpah!