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Luke 4:31-44

How do you respond to Jesus? In Luke 4 we see two very different responses to His touch. We see a demon cry out to leave him alone because it knows Him. Then we see Peter?s mother-in-law serve Him in response to rebuking a fever. He has the authority, but how you respond to that authority makes all the difference.

Luke 4:14-30

We all have needs. But what you may not realize is that the unfelt need may be the very thing God wants to touch. As Jesus declared His Messiahship in front of a hometown crowd, they ignored the unfelt need in their lives. How about you?

Luke 4:1-13

Temptation hits us all. As soon as Jesus was anointed for His ministry He too was tempted. How it came about and how Jesus handled it gives us insight into the nature of temptation and real ways to combat it in our own lives.

Luke 3:15-38

Jesus as a man first enters the stage as John the Baptist is preparing the people for His arrival. How He enters His ministry is important for us in getting to know what the Messiah is really doing in our lives.

Luke 3:1-14

Trying to convince a drunk person they are inebriated is nearly impossible. But many of us humans use false ways of satisfying true needs and up drunk spiritually, and unaware of our true needs and unprepared for how God wants to fulfill them. John the Baptist calls us out to get us in a Messiah state of mind.

Luke 2:36-52

When is a good time to start serving God? When is a good time to stop? In the life of Jesus we see examples of the very young and the very old right in exactly the right place doing what God wanted them to do.

Luke 2:21-35

Mary and Joseph presented Jesus to the Lord. There were five things that took place on that day, and these very five things take place in our lives when we give ourselves to Jesus.

Luke 2:1-21

Luke 2 has been overlaid with some much Christmas tradition that it?s hard to hear and comprehend what actually happened and why God brought it about in this way, but it gives hope to us all who encounter difficulties on the way to doing God?s will.

Luke 1:57-80

A man who had been filled with bitterness and disbelief now becomes God’s attention-getting mouthpiece when his son John is born. And what a message Zechariah brings—one that really focuses on the coming salvation of God.

Luke 1:39-56

Mary was a deep thinker. She pondered and tried to figure out things people told her. When Gabriel gave her the news of a lifetime, Mary thought about, then proclaimed some very important things about the baby inside her that reveal as much about Mary as Jesus.

Luke 1:26-38

How often do we react badly when the going gets rough? We can take a lesson from a 12-14 year old girl named Mary. When presented with the presence of the supernatural and the prediction of what surely would be difficulty, this young woman responded beautifully.

Luke 1:18-25

How do you approach hearing from God? How do you react when God does things you don?t expect? In this section of Luke we see two very different reactions to God from two very close people: Zechariah and his wife Elizabeth.

Luke 1:1-17

God wants our minds to be prepared for the news about what He?s done with Jesus. Have you carefully considered His claims? As we begin Luke?s gospel we learn that the writer was very precise, accurate, and careful in presenting the facts. Are you ready to reason with God over who Jesus is?

Philemon 1:1-25

How to we put into practice the kind of character Jesus is building into Christians? Paul encourages Philemon to do just that with his runaway slave Onesimus. It provides an opportunity for all of us to see how even the little things can have a significant impact for the kingdom of God.

Colossians 4:7-18

In the final verses of Paul?s letter to the Colossians, the Apostle uses real life examples of what he?s been talking about in his letter. We also sum up this epistle and give you some hints of how to avoid the two big pitfalls of Christian maturity.

Colossians 4:2-6

What?s the purpose in all of this transformation of character that Paul?s been talking about in Colossians? A very important purpose and very important direction for every single Christian.

John 20:1-30

There are three important questions you need to ask about the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Did it really happen - what does resurrection look like - and why is the resurrection important to me?

Mark 15:33-34

Why did God cause darkness to fall on creation for three hours during Christ?s crucifixion? You may not have thought about it much but it is tremendously significant and can help you understand more about the sacrifice of Jesus on your behalf.

Luke 19:28-44

Why is Palm Sunday so significant? And why did Jesus do things like ride on a donkey and why did people wave palm branches, sing Hosanna and throw their cloaks on the ground? The answers are all in a game of chess.

Colossians 3:18-4:1

Are you the same person at home or work as you are at church? Sadly, many times we are not. So what kind of character should we have in our close personal relationships? Paul gives us some great examples that we look at in a new way.


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