How is the soil of your heart? Are you ready to receive what God has to say? Learn what true repentance means and doesn't mean in the ministry of John the Baptist.
Luke presents Jesus as a man, yet with a miraculous birth. Chapter 1 brings us a transition from Old to New Covenants, and two ways of receiving God's Word - which way do you respond?
Luke 2 teaches us that Jesus purposefully came to those who no one would choose - from a young poor couple to outcast shepherds. Learn also about his ordinary/extraordinary childhood.
The Devil does not appear to us in a red suite with a pitchfork. In fact, Satans temptations are often attractive and fill legitimate needs - or seem to. Learn how Jesus fought these temptations and how we can as well.
Jesus Christ invades the normal world and brings about healing, foregiveness and acceptance to the outcasts of society. When does He become real to you?
How is your life wired? Jesus paints a picture of God's character to show us how differently we are wired and how much we are in need of a Savior.
Have you ever wondered if you could meet God - would you like Him? We learn from Luke 6 that many of God's characteristics run counter to our natural way of thinking. Learn how freeing it is to live life like God lives life!
Meet 5 people or groups who approached Jesus in many different ways. Jesus reaction tells a lot about how we should and should not approach Jesus when we are in need, in grief, in sin, or in control.
What is God's Family and how do you join it? Jesus redefines family, contrasts it with our earthly family and tells us how to join and what it's like in his family. \r\n
Does Jesus have authority over the difficulties in your life? What if God doesn\\'t seem to answer your prayers on time, do you still trust Him? In this study we see Jesus take authority over the powers of darkness and death itself. \r\n
Ever wonder what you are signing up for with Jesus Christ? Luke 9 gives us some practical examples of the principals in the Christian discipleship.
When we draw close to Jesus sometimes the aura of His power makes us feel powerful on our own. Luke 9 teaches us lessons on the real source of power and the real cost of discipleship.
As Christians we desire to do things for the Lord. But sometimes we are really just doing them for ourselves. Learn how to spot self service and your attitudes while serving.
We have many ways in which we think we can get God to answer prayers. Luke 11 gives us insight as to our approach to God and the real way He answers prayer.
Jesus has some tough things to say the Scribes and Pharisees, but these two groups started out as well meaning, sincere people about their relationship to God. What happened to them can happen to us as well.
Who you know, who you are, and who you serve are vital for life and eternity. Each day we have a choice. What will yours be? \r\n
The Health, Weatlh & Prosperity gospel has made a come back. Should we expect God to bless us financially? Is it a sign of His favor if we become rich or His displeasure if we are not?
How attached are you to this world and how much do you worry about being provided for here? How attached are you to heaven? What happens when God doesn\\'t answer your prayers?
The proper growth medium and conditions that help Christians grow. Also, how to spot a bad leader.
Do you ever picture God as a vindictive judge who can\\'t wait to throw judgment at sinners? This and other misconceptions about God are addressed in Luke 13.
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