Week of July 12

Week of July 12

July 12: Luke 6

1) What did Jesus do before He chose the 12 disciples (v.12-16)?

2) What did Jesus say about how to treat an adversary (v. 27-31)?

  1. Love your enemies
  2. Do good to those who hate you
  3. Bless those who curse you
  4. Pray for those who abuse you
  5. All of the above

July 13: Luke 7

1) What qualities commended the Centurion who sought Jesus for the healing of his servant (v. 1-10)?

  1. He loved the nation of Israel
  2. He built the synagogue
  3. He humbly admitted he was not worthy of having Jesus under his roof
  4. He believed Jesus could heal with a word
  5. All of the above

2) After forgiving the sinful woman who washed His feet with her tears and expensive perfume in a lavish act of worship, what point did Jesus make to the objections of His host, Simon the Pharisee, in His parable of the moneylender (v. 36-50)?

July 14: Luke 8

1) What examples did Luke provide of the sort of women who followed Jesus (v. 1-3)?

  1. Demon possessed prostitute
  2. Wife of a political official
  3. Woman of wealth
  4. All of the above

2) How was the woman with the bleeding problem healed (v. 43-48)?

July 15: Luke 9

1) How did Jesus equip the 12 as He sent them out (v. 1-2)?

2) What did Jesus say to would-be followers (v. 23)?

  1. Deny yourself
  2. Take up your cross daily
  3. Follow me
  4. All of the above

July 16: Luke 10

1) When they returned from their successful mission, in what did Jesus say the group should rejoice (v. 17-20)?

2) Who proved to be the "neighbor" to the victim in Jesus' parable (v. 25-37)?

  1. Priest
  2. Levite
  3. Samaritan
  4. None of the above

July 17: Luke 11

1) What did the disciples ask Jesus to teach them (v. 1-4)?

  1. How to preach
  2. How to teach
  3. How to heal
  4. How to pray
  5. None of the above

2) What happens to a "house divided" and how did Jesus compare that to the irrational claim that Jesus was casting out demons by the power of Beelzebub (v. 14-23)?

July 18: Discussion Questions

1) What passage uniquely spoke to you this week?

2) What insights did you gain about God?

3) What application might this have to what is happening in the world today?

4) How would God have you apply this truth to your life?