Posted by: heisourstrongtower | March 5, 2013


Moments with God

New Testament Bible Reading Plan

Day 33 

Be good to your servant,

that I may live and obey your word.

Open my eyes to see

the wonderful truths in your instructions. Psalm 119:17-18 

What awesome instructions we find in these two verses!!! “Open my eyes to see the wonderful truths in Your instructions.” This should be our daily prayer to God, don’t you agree? We should continually ask God to open our eyes to all of His truth! 

This reminds me of a wonderful worship song…I think I will add this to my quiet time this morning, before I get into today’s reading assignment.  I believe that it will help prepare our hearts for this time with our Lord.

Today’s Reading Assignment – Luke 18:15 – Luke 19:48 

When Jesus saw this, he said, “How hard it is for the rich to enter the Kingdom of God! In fact, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich person to enter the Kingdom of God!” Luke 18:24-25

Study Questions for Luke 18:15 – 30

Who did people bring to Jesus? What did the parents want Jesus to do for their babies? What did the *disciples do to the parents?


What did Jesus do about the babies and children? How should we behave towards little children? What sort of people are in the kingdom of God?


What must we do to enter the *kingdom?


How did the *Jewish ruler speak to Jesus? What did the ruler want to know?


Who did Jesus say is good?


Which commands did Jesus ask the ruler about?


For how long had the ruler kept these commands?


What other thing did Jesus tell the ruler to do?


How did the ruler feel about giving up all his possessions? How difficult is it for a rich person to become a Christian?


What question did the people ask when they heard Jesus’ words?


What is always possible with God?


What had Jesus’ followers given up when they followed Jesus?


What may we have to leave behind if we want to serve Jesus?


What does God give us in this life if we give up things for him? What very special thing does God promise to give?


“But as he came closer to Jerusalem and saw the city ahead, he began to weep. “How I wish today that you of all people would understand the way to peace. But now it is too late, and peace is hidden from your eyes.”  Luke 19:41-42

Bible Reading Plan Day 33


Study Questions for Luke 19:1-48

Why did Zacchaeus climb a tree? (3)


What did Zacchaeus say to Jesus? (8)


What did Jesus say his purpose was? (10)


How many pounds did the nobleman give to each of his servants? (13,16)


When the Pharisees asked Jesus to rebuke his disciples for rejoicing and praising God with a loud voice how did Jesus reply? (40)

When Jesus drew nigh and saw the city of Jerusalem what did he do? (41)


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