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Luke 6:37-42, “I hate those judgmental Christians!” A Bible Study Devotion. Read Luke 6:37-42 Are you a person who does not believe in Jesus? Do you just want those Christians to leave you alone? Do you say, “Great; it’s fine for you, but I’m not interested?” Are they just a bunch of hypocrites? “Why do they have to be so judgmental?” If this is you, read this post… Are you a Christian who does not want to be judgmental? Do you not tell people about Jesus because you don’t want to appear “better” than others? Do you read these (2 comments)
John 3:3, “You MUST be born again…” A Bible Study Devotion. Read John 3:3. In reply Jesus declared, “I tell you the truth, no one can see the kingdom of God unless he is born again.” I remember hearing the term “born again” here and there throughout my life. I remember that it always had a negative connotation, but I’m not sure where that came from. I heard comments like this, “He used to be a great guy, but he became a born again Christian.” I remember that Gary Gaetti, my favorite player on the Twins, (I’m from (1 comments)
Luke 6:17-26, “Man, these are eight tough questions!” A Bible Study Devotion. Read Luke 6:17-26 Here we find Jesus with a large crowd. His disciples are there along with people from all over the area. It can safely be assumed by his next few words that there are believers and unbelievers both present. Jesus then turns to his disciples, and indirectly all believers, and gives part of the most famous sermon ever delivered; The Sermon on the Mount. He first lists 4 attributes that basically make God happy, then four that basically make God unhappy. Believe me, come (0 comments)
1 Thessalonians 3:6-13, “Thank ‘um, they deserve it…” A Bible Study Devotion. Read 1 Thessalonians 3:6-13 Here we find Paul writing a letter to the people of Thessalonica after they had been witnessed to by Paul, received the gospel, and have undergone some persecution. Paul discusses the great joy that it brings him to know that they are remaining strong in Christ. In verses 6-10 Paul uses these words to describe his feelings to the people that he got to see converted to Christ: Good news. (Hearing about their faith brought him great joy) Longing to see them (0 comments)
Luke 5:30-6:11, “Are you a Pharisee too?” A Bible Study Devotion. Read Luke 5:30-6:11 In these verses we will see four different interactions with the Pharisees. In each case the Pharisees are trying to “catch” Jesus in the act of breaking some of their rules. I have a mental image of Jesus out walking around going about his normal business. About 30 feet away is a small group of people all whispering and pointing. They are watching Jesus’ every move waiting to pounce on him for anything that he might do wrong; wrong in their eyes anyway. Does (0 comments)
Read Luke 5:27-32 “I don’t want to be a Christian, I won’t have any fun.” “Christians are hypocrites; they look down on everyone else.” Ever hear either of those statements? Is either of those statements true for you? If they are it is you, not being a Christian that is to blame. How do I know? …Let’s turn to the Bible of course… Levi is a tax collector. (Quick history lesson…) A tax collector in these days was a despised person. (So what changed?? Ha-ha) They were Jews living among their own people, but they turned on them and worked (2 comments)
Luke 5:17-26, A Bible Study Devotion. “Break the roof; just get ‘um in…” Read Luke 5:17-26 There are so many things to be learned from this story. This is just a small summary of one of them. It is important to note who Jesus’ audience is in this story. Verse 17 says that He was teaching Pharisees from every village from Galilee, Judea, and Jerusalem. In other words, it was filled with the preachers. This was a preacher conference; organized, planned out. So were the teachers there with humble hearts, trying to learn teaching from the master teacher? Let’s see… (0 comments)
Luke 5:12-16, A Bible Study Devotion. “Come first, Clean up second…” Read Luke 5:12-16 Anyone who has tried to share their faith has undoubtedly come across this excuse, “I need to get my act together, then I can start to look into God or Jesus or whatever.” You may know some people who believe that God would not accept them after what they have done. What do you say then? What else? Refer them to scripture. Look at these verses. At this time in Jewish culture, a man who had leprosy was like a walking dead man. There was no (2 comments)
Luke 5:1-11, Bible Study Devotion. “What will you do when Jesus gets into your boat?” Read Luke 5:1-11 Let’s look at Simon to start. Notice the difference in his attitude to Jesus as the story progresses. Is there anything that can be learned? Simon is going through life like normal. He is involved in his trade, but around him there are things of God going on. It does not say if he was listening or if he was not. Let’s be Simon for this study. You are busy, but over your shoulder is a large crowd. I’m sure (1 comments)
Luke 4:31-44, A Bible Study Devotion. “Jesus was too busy to pray too…” Read Luke 4:31-44 Are you busy? Don’t answer. I know the answer is yes. We are all busy. We have work, and kids, and baseball, and swimming, and church, and hobbies, and yard work, and, and, and… We certainly don’t have any space left for personal time with God. We couldn’t possibly start our morning in prayer and study. Oh, sure, out of guilt, we might throw a quick “just checking in” prayer. “Dear God, thanks for the day, watch over the kids, help me with this (5 comments)
1 Thessalonians 2:1-12, A Bible Study Devotion. “I’m afraid to share the Gospel…”
I’ll start with a question. Are you afraid to share the Gospel? The answer is usually, yes. So the better question is, “Why are you afraid to share the Gospel?” There are several typically answers to this question. “I don’t know what to say, My past would prohibit me from having credibility, I prefer to be a silent witness, I don’t want to ram it down their throat, …I’m scared.” Don’t worry, this response is normal. When I say “don’t worry,” I only mean don’t (3 comments)
Jesus goes home, but home don’t want him. A devotional from Luke 4:14-30 Read Luke 4:14-30 We see here that Jesus has returned to his hometown for the first time since he has started his ministry. It says in verse 14 that word of his teaching had spread, so it is assumed that the people of his home town had heard of him and his great works. It says in verse 16 that he went to the synagogue as was his custom. (Note to the person who claims to be a Christian but does not go to church…WWJD? He went (0 comments)
Read Luke 4:1-13 The first observation we can make is the timing and style of the questions/temptations by satan. When did this happen? Immediately after Jesus was baptized and the Holy Spirit came upon him. Jesus had just made the public proclamation that he was "open for business." He was led by the Spirit into the desert, presumably to pray and get closer to God before he started his public ministry. And who was right there with him? Who was watching him and making note of what he was doing? Jesus was not eating, he would use that... Jesus was (3 comments)
John the B did not scream “Jesus loves you...” Read Luke 3:1-22 The question: What, according to the preaching of John, are the cause, nature, and outcome of repentance? (Repentance is the turning away from sin) The cause, from these verses, first of all is sin. Without sin, there is no need for repentance. Don’t get excited though, for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God. In other words, if you are a person, you must repent. Yes, that is you… The other cause for repentance is the wrath of God. (Vs. 7-9) Verse 9 says, (0 comments)
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