PASTOR’S SUNDAY SCHOOL OUTLINE: THE GOSPEL OF LUKE – JESUS’ AUTOBIOGRAPHY


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SERIES: THE GOSPEL OF LUKE – JESUS’ AUTOBIOGRAPHY
SCRIPTURE: LUKE 7; ACTS 10:38
SUBJECT: JESUS GOES ABOUT USING HIS POWER TO DO GOOD
STUDY: NUMBER SEVEN – PART TWO of TWO

    I. JESUS’ RESPONSE TO A CENTURION’S HUMBLE DEPENDANCE [7:1-10]

  II. JESUS’ RESPONSE TO A WIDOW’S HORRIBLE DESPAIR [7:11-18]

III. JESUS’ RESPONSE TO A PROPHET’S HONEST DOUBTS [7:19-30]

        A. The Reason For His Doubts [ Luke 3:3-20]
          
             1. The seeming contradictions [Luke 3:3-18]
             2. The season of confinement [Luke 3:19,20]

        B. The Response To His Doubts [Luke 7:19]

             1. He calls two of his disciples
             2. He sends them to question Jesus

        C. The Reassurance For His Doubts [Luke 7:22,23]

             1. Jesus confirms His credentials [7:22]
             2. Jesus cautions His critics [7:23]

        D. The Reaffirmation Of The Doubter [Luke 7:24-30]

             1. His character defended by the Lord [7:24,25]
                
                 a. he could not be bullied [7:24]
                 b. he could not be bought [7:25]

             2. His calling declared by the Word [7:26,27]

        E. The Rebuke Of John’s Doubters [7:30-35]

             1. childish [7:32]
             2. contradictory [7:32-34]
             3. confirmation [7:35]

People who want to avoid the truth about themselves will always find something in the preacher to criticize (he’s too this or he’s too that) to justify their rejection of him and his message, but those who receive the message and experience a changed life are all the justification the Truth and the Preacher need.

 

 IV. JESUS’ RESPONSE TO A SINFUL WOMEN’S HOLY DEVOTION [7:36-50]

 

        A. The Pharisees Invitation [7:36; 44-46]

 

             1. unusual [7:36]

             2. uncordial [7:44-46]

 

        B. The Prostitutes Intrusion [7:37,38]

 

             1. purposeful [7:37]

             2. passionate [7:38; 44-46]

 

        C. The Pharisees Indignation [7:39]

 

             1. shows his attitude towards Jesus

             2. shows his arrogance about himself

 

        D. The Pharisees Instructions [7:40-47]

 

             1. revealed that the Pharisees had a unrepentant heart, having never seen himself an awful sinner [7:44-46]

             2. revealed that the Prostitute had a repentant heart, having seen herself an awful sinner [7:44-46]

 

                 a. Jesus assures her of His forgiveness [7:48]

                 b. Jesus assures her of His favor [7:50]

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About Jack Woodard

I am a Baptist Pastor. [Calling the Church to Revival and Sinners to Salvation for 37 Years]
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