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Monthly Archives: July 2018

A Troubling Phenomenon – An Unsatisfying Faith (2:66-71)

Discussion Questions: 1) Kie Bowman describes the gospel as the “unparalleled gospel.” List aspects of the gospel that makes the gospel so deserving of this moniker. 2) What are the reason that the Christian faith could be unsatisfying? Is it

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Sovereignty that Excites (Luke 22:1-13)

Luke 22:1-13 When you think of God’s sovereignty, does it prompt you to action or justify your inaction? Why? Why do you think believers in the past shared (or did not share) the same affect? That Judas was influenced by

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What to Expect (Luke 21:1-38)

Luke 21:1-38 Jesus tells his disciples what to expect when He returns. There will be difficulties, much like the pains of childbirth before the joy of a newborn. How does an understanding of the purpose of the tribulations – as

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Helpful Answers to Tricky Questions (Luke 20:20-47)

Luke 20:20-47 The religious leaders use flattery to try to catch Jesus saying something that they can use against him. It is ironic that their truest statement is a lie to them since they did not believe it. Do we

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Parables About Prayer (Luke 18:1-14)

Luke 18:1-14 Jesus gives to parables concerning prayer and invites us to pray in the time between his first and second coming. Let us accept this instruction and devote ourselves to prayer. What ought we to pray for? Jesus uses

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The Coming of the Kingdom (Luke 17:20-37)

Luke 17:20-37 The Pharisees wanted to know when the kingdom was coming. They had certain ideas in mind and kept waiting for them to take place. Jesus told them that the kingdom was already there. In what way was the

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Principles of Discipleship Luke (17:1-19)

Luke 17:1-19 Jesus teaches us to guard against false teaching. Have you ever been a stumbling block to somebody else’s faith? Do you worry about giving wrong answers about the Bible? Or, does it mean something else to be a

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Four Parables, One Purpose (Luke 14:1-24)

Luke 14:1-24 Why do you think one of the leaders of the Pharisees invited Jesus to their meal? How did they expect to benefit? Jesus speaks to those gathered around the table by offering a parable. In this way he

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The Spirit of Discipleship (Luke 12:1-12)

Luke 12:1-12 Jesus tells his followers that they have a unique ministry to confess Jesus before men. For those that do so, Jesus will confess them before the angels of God. What does it mean to confess Jesus? Who is

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Journeying With Jesus (Luke 9:51-62)

Luke 9:51-62 James and John asked Jesus to command them to call down fire on the Samaritans that had rejected them. Why did they ask this of Jesus? Are there any precedents in Scripture for it? What are the similarities

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The Delegated Authority of our Sovereign Lord (Luke 9:1-9)

Luke 9:1-9 Jesus calls us to radical dependence on His provision. He told his disciples to take nothing with them for their journey. Do you think God makes similar requests today? Why or why not? Are there other instructions in

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The Special Attention of our Sovereign Lord (Luke 8:40-56)

Luke 8:40-56 This morning we read about an unusual miracle – Jesus raised a young girl to life from death. Yet Jesus instructed the parents to keep the matter private. Why would he do this? What can we learn from

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The Unmistakable Authority of Jesus (Luke 8:22-39)

Luke 8:22-39 The passengers were right to be afraid, confronted by the storm upon the sea. What are some moments in which you have recognized that the world is out of your control? Where did you turn for protection and

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