Presentation on theme: "Name: Year: Monday (Read Luke 14: 1-15) (1) In Luke chapter fourteen Jesus met a man when he went into the house of one of the rulers of the Pharisees."— Presentation transcript:
Name: Year: Monday (Read Luke 14: 1-15) (1) In Luke chapter fourteen Jesus met a man when he went into the house of one of the rulers of the Pharisees to eat bread on the Sabbath. From what disease was that man suffering? ___________________________________________ (2) Jesus says to sit where when invited by anyone to a wedding feast? What does this teach us? ___________________________________________ (3) Why does Jesus say we should invite the poor, maimed, lame, and blind when giving a feast? a) You will be blessed, because they are loved by God more than the rich. b) You will be blessed, because they will share with you when you are in need. c) You will be blessed, because they cannot repay you. Tuesday (Read Luke 14: 15-24) (1)In the parable of the Great Supper, what is Jesus trying to tell the multitudes?___________________________________________ (2) Who does the master order to be admitted to the great supper after he is refused by those whom his servant first invites?___________________________________________ Wednesday (Read Luke 14: 25-35) (1) What does Jesus say we must leave behind to become his disciples? Do you think you would find this easy to do? __________________________________________________________ _ (2) We often forget to put God as our first preference during our day-to- day lives. What are some practical points you can think of to help us keep God first? __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __ (3) Fill in the blanks in Jesus' words: “_______ is good; but if the ______ has lost its flavor, how shall it be seasoned?
Thursday (Read Luke 15: 1-10) (1) In the Parable of the Lost Sheep, how many sheep become lost in the wilderness before the shepherd goes to search? Which of God’s qualities does this show? _________________________________________________ ____________________________________ (2) In the Parable of the Lost Coin, how many silver coins did the woman have before she loses one? _____________________________________ (3) What does Jesus compare to finding the Lost Coin? _________________________________________________ The Prodigal Son: what was the cure? The cure began when the prodigal told himself the truth. The second phase of the cure was a good resolution. He said, "I will arise and go to my father." But it should be noted that a good resolution did nothing except point the way home. He arose and came to his father. Men must come "unto" the Father in order to be saved. But this prodigal was still separated from the father until he came all the way home. Just so, the sinner is still in his sins even after coming "unto" the father by his learning, believing in Christ, repenting of his sins, and confessing the Lord. There was one more thing the prodigal had to do before he was restored; he came to the father and submitted to the father's government which he had once spurned. All of this corresponds to a sinner's return to Christ through repentance and confession; where he receives the robe of forgiveness. Friday (Read Luke 15: 11-32) (1) In the Parable of the Lost Son, which son said to his father, “Father, give me the portion of goods that falls to me.”? _____________________________________ (2) What happened when the prodigal son had spent all his inheritance? __________________________________________________________ (3) With what would the younger son have gladly filled his stomach after spending his inheritance? _________________________________ (4) How did the father respond when his son returned? What does this teach us? ____________________________________________________________________ _