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Spring 2021 Bible Reading Plan, Week 13: Luke 17 - Temptation, Forgiveness and Faith...

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This week's Scripture passage is Luke 17. (Click here for a PDF of this week's study.) In verses 1-4, Jesus warns us about being a temptation to sin to others. We are to live our lives in such a way to encourage, serve and help others rather than doing anything that might cause another to stumble or sin. He also commands us to rebuke each other when we sin and to forg...

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Spring 2021 Bible Reading Plan, Week 12: Luke 16 -The Parables of a Dishonest Manager & Lazarus...

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In Luke 16, Jesus continues His teaching; confronting the Pharisees and instructing His disciples. He teaches two parables concerning the faithful, righteous use of money, gives insight into the Law and His Kingdom, and makes a short but powerful statement about divorce, remarriage, and adultery....

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Spring 2021 Bible Reading Plan, Week 11: Luke 15 - The Lost Sheep, Lost Coin & Prodigal

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By teaching these 3 parables in this chapter, Jesus demonstrates that God not only receives sinners, but He intentionally seeks them out! And that there is great rejoicing when even one sinner repents! ...

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Spring 2021 Bible Reading Plan, Week 10: John 10 - The Door, The Good Shepherd, One with the Father

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In John 10, Jesus continues to reveal more of His identity, His mission, and His motives....

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Spring 2021 Bible Reading Plan, Week 9: Luke 14 - Prideful Hard Hearts & the Gospel of Mercy

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In Luke 14, Jesus again confronts the hard hearts of the Pharisees. He also deals with pride, apathy, and lukewarm commitment disguised as busyness. He also teaches that those originally invited into the Kingdom will not respond (Israel), and therefore others (Gentiles) will be invited and will respond. He does this by way of parables, showing that His gospel is to be pre...

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