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Questions Jesus Asked (Leader Guide 1 copy)

Thirteen undated lessons respond to Jesus' questions as recorded in the Gospel of Luke. They explore ethical issues Jesus raised and show how these same issues relate to our lives today. These lessons help us understand who Jesus is and what demands he places on our discipleship.

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A student guide is also available: 1-20 copies, 21-50 copies, 51 or more copies.

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The lessons are designed for Sunday School, Wednesday evening Bible studies or other small-group bible studies, and consist of the following:

  • Why Were You Searching for Me? 
  • Is It Lawful to Do Good on the Sabbath? 
  • What Credit Is It to You to Love Those Who Love You? 
  • Why Do You See the Speck in Your Neighbor's Eye? 
  • Why Don't You Do What I Tell You? 
  • Where Is Your Faith? 
  • Who Do You Say I Am? 
  • Who Is Your Neighbor? 
  • Didn't God Make Both the Inside and the Outside? 
  • What Is the Kingdom of God Like? 
  • What Is Faithful Stewardship? 
  • Does Obedience Demand Praise? 
  • What Do You Owe the Government?

Lesson Writers:

  • Howie Batson
  • Don Garner
  • Tim and Karen Gilbert 
  • Wayne Hager 
  • Mike Mitchell 
  • Bob Setzer 
  • Mark and Alison Wingfield 
  • Karen Zurheide

Curriculum Editor: Jim Taulman

Price: $ 5.00

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