The Life and Teachings of Jesus

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Our relationship with the Savior is like a journey a walk where, with each step, each mile, each day’s trek, we grow closer to Him by learning more of the man we call Lord. Would you like to know more about our Lord and Savior Jesus? If so, then I invite you to join me on a journey through The Life and Teachings of Jesus.

Using an expanded form of the SOAP bible study method (Scripture, Observation, Application and Prayer) we’ll immerse ourselves in God’s word, namely the gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Through a combination of these four books we’ll chronologically trace the footsteps of Jesus’ life from His preexistence with the Father, through His ministry in Galilee, to His submission to the crucifixion and His ultimate triumph in the resurrection.

It is my hope that as we journey together through The Life and Teachings of Jesus, we will find, as did the apostle Paul, that “everything is loss because of the surpassing worth of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord” (Philippians 3:8).

So how’s this going to work? Well glad you asked. It’s going to be simple. Each Wednesday, I’ll do two things: First, I’ll post a new SOAP study sheet which you can download/print to journal your notes on. The second, we’ll share our notes from the previous week’s lesson. My notes will be in the blog post and you can share yours in the comments section.

This week’s lesson covers Luke 1.1-4 which you can download/print now. Then, next Wednesday (April 8th), we’ll share our notes and you can then print off our study sheet for John 1:1-18. Simple enough. I’m looking forward to growing closer to Jesus with you. Until next time, keep sharing the good news of the Lord.

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