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A STUDY OF THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO LUKE Titled "That You May Have Certainty (1)'' A STUDY OF THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO LUKE Titled "That You May Have Certainty (2)'' On Sunday mornings at 9:45 AM throughout the Spring, Jason Hardin and Craig Davis are leading an adult Bible class called The Gospel of Luke: That You May Have Certainty. Our schedule is as follows: April 3 - Luke 13 - "Strive to Enter Through the Narrow Door" April 10 - Luke 14 - "He Who Humbles Himself Will be Exalted" ...



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Mar 27, 2016 Jason Hardin
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Mar 13, 2016 Kevin Joy
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LESSON 8 (February 2l) Luke 7 . The Messiah Has Come 1. Luke 7;2 mentions "a centurion." When the typical resident of Capernaum saw or heard of a centurion, what would immediately come to mind? Why is his identity important to comprehending the full weight of this portion of Luke's orderly account? 2. What do we learn about this centurion's character from 7:4-5? 3. What do we learn about this centurion's faith from 7:6-8? Why does Jesus "marvel" and say what he says to the...
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Feb 14, 2016 Jason Hardin
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Lesson 7 The Lord of the Sabbath Chooses Twelve Apostles 1. Luke 6 begins with these words: “On a Sabbath.” When someone familiar with the Old Testament read this phrase, what would have immediately come to mind? 2. What was Jesus’ point in bringing up the example of David (6:3-4)? 3. “The Son of Man is lord of the Sabbath” (6:5). What does this claim mean? Why is it significant? 4. What is Luke’s point in recording Jesus’ healing of the man with a withered hand (6:6-11)? 5....
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Feb 7, 2016 Jason Hardin
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LESSON 6 Luke 5 Jesus Calls the First Disciples 1. Luke 5:1-11 documents an incredible miracle of Jesus performed on “the lake of Gennesaret” (also known as the Sea of Galilee). Why did Simon Peter, as an eyewitness to the miracle, fall at Jesus’ knees and say, “Depart from me, for I am a sinful man, O Lord” (5:8)? 2. What did Jesus mean when he told Simon, “Do not be afraid; from now on you will be catching men” (5:10)? 3. Luke 5:12-16 documents the healing of a man who was full...
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Jan 31, 2016 Kevin Joy
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• LESSON 5 (January 31) • Luke 4 • Jesus is Tempted and Begins His Ministry 1. Jesus was “tempted by the devil” (4:1). Who is this tempter? What does “devil” mean? 2. “The devil said to him, ‘If you are the Son of God, command this stone to become bread’”(4:3). How would you describe this temptation, in your own words? And what can we learn from Jesus’ response (4:4)? 3. “To you I will give all this authority and their glory, for it has been delivered to me, and I give...
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Jan 24, 2016 Kevin Joy
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• LESSON 4 (January 24) • Luke 3 • John the Baptist Prepares the Way 1. “The word of God came to John the son of Zechariah in the wilderness” (3:2). What does Luke want us to understand about what we are going to hear from John? 2. Luke draws a connection between John’s actions in the region around the Jordan (3:3) and words written by the prophet Isaiah (3:4-6). Why? What is the significance of the connection? 3. In light of all the wonderful things we’ve heard in Luke 1 and 2,...
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Jan 17, 2016 Jason Hardin
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• LESSON 3 (January 17) •Luke 2 • The Birth and Childhood of Jesus 1. Luke 2:1-7 is Luke’s account of several circumstances surrounding Jesus’ birth. Did it “just so happen” that Jesus was born in Bethlehem? How do we know? And what can we learn? 2. “For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord” (2:11). Each one of those designations is important. What do they communicate? – – – 3. Luke 2:12 is almost jarring having just read Luke...
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Jan 10, 2016 Kevin Joy
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. LESSON 2 January 10) . Luke 1:39-80 . Mary's Song of Praise and Zechariah's Prophecy 1. When we read that Elizabeth was "filled with the Holy Spirit" (1:41), what are we being told? 2. "And why is this granted to me that the mother of my Lord should come to me?" (1:43). In what way is this an absolutely incredible statement? 3. What valuable insight are we given about Mary in Luke 1:45? 4. How would you summarize Mary's poetic praise in Luke 1:46-55? In your own words,...
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Jan 3, 2016 Jason Hardin
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. LESSON 1 (January 3) . Luke 1:1-38 . The Births of John and Jesus Foretold 1. Carefully read Luke's introduction in 1:1-4. What do you see of importance? Why is Luke writing this account? How should we look at what he has compiled? 2. When Luke writes something like, "ln the days of Herod, king of Judea..." why should we pay attention? What value is there in framing his account in this way? 3. Who were Zechariah and Elizabeth (t:s-l)? 4. Take a moment to read Malachi 3-4. How do...