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Monthly Archives: August 2018

The Gospel Story (Luke 23:26-49)

Luke 23:26-49 1) The crucifixion is a well-attested historical fact. Its theological significance is what secular historians question. What did Jesus’ death on the cross accomplish? How do you know? 2) Jesus died on the cross with two criminals. One

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Rebel Nation (Luke 23:1-25)

Luke 23:1-25 1) What happens with Jesus and Herod finally meet? Why do you think that Herod does not sentence Jesus to death, since we had previously read of Herod’s hatred towards him? 2) Pilate finds no reason to put

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The Gospel According to Luke: Jesus Redeems All of Life

Questions: 1)     How is following Jesus as a disciple of Christ different from following/befriending/subscribing to a person using social media? 2)     What are the essential elements for a biblical gospel presentation? 3)     The centrality of the gospel centers on the death and resurrection

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Reflections on the SBC National Convention

From the Nib of the Pastor – Reverend Francis Chung I am a relic of the past. I do not make live-stream commentary nor post my thoughts during or shortly after an event on social media outlets in the blogosphere.

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On the Road to Emmaus: A Journey from Unbelief to Faith (Luke 24:13-35)

1) In sharing the gospel, what are common objections from the recipient and roadblocks to faith? 2) In light of the disciples’ doubts even after repeated declarations by Jesus about his impending death and resurrection, doubt and unbelief are expected

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The Resurrection Account: A Story of Unbelief (Luke 23:50-24:12)

Discussion Questions: 1) List potential reasons that people miss out when God is obviously working in their lives. 2) What scriptural support demonstrates that Joseph, the women that followed Jesus, and even the disciples did not believe that the resurrection

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