As Jesus made His way to Jerusalem, He told an unusual story about a man who journeyed to receive for himself a kingdom. While he was away, he left his servants in charge of his affairs. But the man’s servants didn’t want their master as king, so some of the servants were not good stewards of their master’s resources. Join us for part two of Tipping Point, where we will see how our use of time and treasure reflects the king we’ve chosen to serve.
You’ve been entrusted with a ____________ ________________ for an ____________________ amount of ________.
How you invest your ________ and ________________, reveals your ______________ to the ________ who entrusted you with them.
God’s Kingdom is coming with __________ and __________________.
Who will be your king, and what are you doing with the time and possessions He has entrusted to you?
Use this outline for personal reflection, as a couples or family devotion, or with a small group.
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Does God allow us to be tempted? If so, why? Does God Himself tempt us? Why or why not?
In what situation or circumstance are you most susceptible to temptation? Do you make any special efforts to avoid those situations or prepare for the temptations they may bring? Talk about it, invite accountability, and take time to pray together.
This week’s scripture readings focus on temptation. As you read, invite the Holy Spirit to reveal when and how you are most often tempted and ask God for the faith to endure whatever temptations may come.
The Story Luke Tells by Justo L. González
Luke for Everyone by Tom Wright
The Jesus I Never Knew by Philip Yancey
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