Luke 18:1-43

Think of that one friend you just love spending time with. That’s how it would have felt to be with Jesus. He was a serious, perfect person, but that didn’t mean He wasn’t fun and enjoyable to be with. People flocked to Him for a reason—He was likeable! Be welcomed today into the company of Jesus as both our Lord and friend.

Luke 16:19-17:37

Have a little faith, and God will take care of the rest. When some of Jesus’ instructions seemed difficult or impossible to follow, the apostles asked, “Lord, increase our faith.” What did Jesus do? He simply continued to teach them that their duty as His followers was to have faith in Him. In today’s lesson, learn more about forgiveness, faith, and the soul’s final destination—either heaven or hell.

Luke 16:1-18

Too often, we esteem people or things that have little to do with the message of the gospel. Jesus makes some bold statements in Luke 16. He said to the Pharisees, “What is highly esteemed among men is an abomination in the sight of God” (Luke 16:14). Follow along as Dr. McGee teaches through the parable of the unjust steward and reminds us that we cannot serve two masters. Listen to the bold statements Jesus makes, and discover how they apply to us today.

Luke 15:1-32

A lot of things get lost today on the Bible Bus. Can you help us find them? Or better yet—can you find Jesus pictured in these three parables? First, we’ll hear the parable of the lost sheep. Then, the lost coin. Then, the two lost sons. Discover God as Jesus, the great Shepherd who saved you; the Holy Spirit, God’s presence guiding you; and the Father with arms wide open, welcoming you home.

Luke 14:7-15:3

True blessing and honor are produced by humility. Today on the Bible Bus, we’ll see the disciples embarrass themselves a little bit. When they all rushed to get the best seat at the dinner table, Jesus gently rebuked them and gave them a lesson on humility. He encouraged them to take the lower place, befriend the outcasts, and to give without expecting anything in return.

Luke 13:1-14:7

We’re living in an upside-down kingdom, where Satan and sin have permeated all that God intended for good. So, what is the true kingdom of God like? Jesus asks this important question and answers it with two parables. Discover the hope we have in Christ’s return to establish His kingdom here on earth. Only then will we have real peace, healing, and joy.

Luke 12:1-59

When Jesus knew that heavenly language would be hard to understand, He told stories that used our earthly vernacular to give us a comparison. In Luke 12, He uses parables to teach life-changing truths to His followers. Today, those truths can still apply to us. Listen to Jesus as He uncovers the Pharisees’ hypocrisy, teaches people to fear the Lord, and reminds His followers that, “it is your Father’s good pleasure to give you the kingdom” (Luke 12:32).

Luke 11:1-54

Did you know you’re part of God’s kingdom? Today on the Bible Bus, rediscover the meaning of prayer. Jesus is already in the kingdom of God, making our requests known, sometimes even before we do. May you find comfort in knowing that Jesus is God’s kingdom “come upon you” through the Holy Spirit. Through the Spirit’s strength, you can pray on earth as though you’re already living in the kingdom.

Luke 10:25-42

Every story Jesus told was a gospel story. What? How? In today’s study of the parable of the good Samaritan, learn the significance of the symbolism in this famililar story and how it relates to the people of Israel, Gentiles, and even us today. Discover Jesus as the true and better “Good Samaritan,” who saved us from sin when nothing else could. Later, sit at Jesus’ feet with Mary and find joy in the simplicity of getting to know Him.

Luke 9:1-10:24

While Jesus was on His way to Jerusalem, He gave the apostles the authority over demons and the power to heal in His name. Follow along as Dr. McGee teaches us the importance of the sign gifts and what Jesus intended them to be here on earth. Then, get ready to see the transfiguration, hear Peter talk about the kingdom of God, and learn the difference between sowing and harvesting.

Luke 7:36-8:56

“To whom little is forgiven, the same loves little” (Luke 7:47). The Pharisee who hosted Jesus in his home was too proud to worship Him. Whereas the woman known as a “sinner” entered boldly, broke a costly box of perfume at His feet, and worshiped with her tears. Both people were equally sinful, yet only one received forgiveness. May this story be a warm welcome to enter boldly into the forgiveness Jesus freely offers.

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