In Luke 19 – Jesus finally arrives at Jerusalem. His arrival presents Him as the coming King and Messiah. Will the people finally accept Him or will He be rejected?
Having been questioned about the coming of the Kingdom – Jesus teaches what success in the Kingdom of God really looks like, versus what people think it looks like.
In Luke 17 Jesus prepares his disciples for the future – and the future involves learning how to successfully follow Him and grow as a disciple despite difficult circumstances and long periods of perseverance.
Jesus calls believers to a life of generosity and stewardship. The problem is that we can often have a hard and selfish heart.
Time and time again in Luke – Jesus faces criticism for His interactions with sinners – or the people that the Jewish leaders would consider sinful. The criticism He receives is because He is compassionate toward them while calling them to repentance. Luke 15 wrestles with the question – how should we interact with those far from God. God’s own…
Please click the save button above for the – Study Guide. All of us face distractions. Distractions can be frustrating and even troublesome, but Jesus demonstrates just how problematic distractions can be for a follower of Christ. If you want to know two things that will pull you away from God – check out Luke 12.
Please click the save button above for the – Study Guide. As we move on in Luke, Jesus is teaching his followers what it looks like to be a disciple – but as we find out in chapter 10 – it’s not just one thing – there is balance to following Jesus.
Please click the save button above for the – Study Guide. Jesus has begun to share that He will face death at the hands of the Jewish elders. With that in mind, he has begun training his followers to carry on the work once He is gone. That training applies to Christ-followers today. Are you sharing in Jesus’ ministry?