Causing Jesus to Rejoice
Luke 10:21-24—Causing Jesus to Rejoice
Lesson 1: (Part I) The Lord rejoices over __________________, (Part II) but not ________________________ (Luke 10:21, 15:5-7, 9-10, 20-25; Zeph 3:17; Matt 25:21-23, 26-30, 13:42, 22:13, Rev 20:15; Eze 18:23, 33:11; Mic 7:18; 1 Tim 1:4).
Lesson 2: Jesus stands in a position of great:
- (Part I) __________________ (Luke 10:22a; Matt 28:18).
- (Part II) __________________ (Luke 10:22b; John 14:6).
Lesson 3: The ____________________ we ________________ makes us more blessed than Old Testament saints (Luke 10:23-24; Heb 11:13; 1 Pet 1:10-12).
Family Worship Guide
Memory Verses: Luke 19:10
Day 1: Read Luke 10:21-24 and discuss: How is the Trinity revealed in this passage? Considering the main point(s) of this passage, what practical impact should the revelation of the Trinity in this passage have in your life? (1 HINT: If the Trinity is in relationship with each other, and they are all rejoicing in the same thing, then what specific encouragement should you take from this for your everyday life?)
Day 1: Read Luke 10:21-24 and discuss: What did the Father hide? What did He reveal? Why did this cause Jesus to rejoice? What practical effect should this have for your life? List the names of those you know (including some who are not related to you) who do not know the Father through saving faith in Jesus. Pray for opportunities to share the gospel with them, that they might believe and be saved.
Day 1: Read Luke 10:21-24 and discuss: In what way are we more blessed than Old Testament saints? How should this blessing affect your life? What change in attitude or perspective is needed in your heart so that your posture, demeanor, thoughts, actions, and reactions more clearly reflect a humble Christian, rather than one who is not?
Pray for the Gospel to Spread Among All Peoples (Matt. 9:37-38):
Those we directly support: Andy & Karina Smith (Uganda)
An Unreached People Group: Lematang (Muslim, Indonesia)