Luke 1:1-38: "How can this be?"

The Journey begins Dec 9, 2018 a new series called “Luke: Jesus for Everyone,” the next book we are reading, studying, preaching and teaching through in The Journey Bible Project

The Journey begins Dec 9, 2018 a new series called “Luke: Jesus for Everyone,” the next book we are reading, studying, preaching and teaching through in The Journey Bible Project

The Journey begins a new series titled, “Luke: Jesus for Everyone”

DISCUSSION GUIDE

What did you like/dislike about the reading? What stood out in a new way?

What did you like/dislike about the sermon? What stood out to you in a new way?

How would you act if an Angel appeared to you?

Would you believe him?

Would you respond with skepticism or wonder?

If God were to call you to something you thought was impossible, would you say, “Here am I”?

Do you believe you are blessed an highly favored? Explain.

Do you have enough silence in your Christmas season?

Zachariah, Elizabeth, and Mary were just ordinary people that God called to extraordinary tasks. Are you ready for God to call you to do an extraordinary task?

NEXT STEP

To what is God calling you to say “Here I am”?


Dr. Gary Holloway is guest writing for The Journey Bible Project Blog.

Greg Taylor, M.Div.

Greg Taylor is the preacher for The Journey. He holds degrees in Print Journalism from Harding University and a Master of Divinity from Harding School of Theology. Greg is working on his Doctor of Ministry at Phillips Theological Seminary in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where The Journey is located. Greg is married to Jill, who is a math teacher at Broken Arrow High School. They have three adult children, Ashley, Anna, and Jacob, and of course they are very proud of each of what God has done in each one of their lives. Greg is author of several books you can order from your favorite bookseller.

 
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