The Lost Son

I AM ONE

October 29, 2017

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In his final "lost and found" story Jesus describes a prodigal son whose father deeply loves and welcomes him back home. It's a picture of what it means to be part of our Ginghamsburg community - loving lost people back to God. Join us this weekend in worship as together we respond to this powerful message of redemption...

I AM ONE: The Lost Son
 

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I AM ONE: The Lost Son

Luke 15:11-32

 


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I am ONE

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In his final “lost and found” story Jesus describes a prodigal son whose father deeply loves and welcomes him back home. It's a picture of what it means to be part of our Ginghamsburg community - loving lost people back to God. Join us this weekend in worship as together we respond to this powerful message of redemption...

I AM ONE: The Lost Son

MONDAY: Luke 15:11-12; 1 Timothy 6:10
Like the son we always seem to want more than we have. Why do you think that is? What has become a stronghold for you? Is it money or something else?

TUESDAY: Luke 15:13
Oftentimes we don’t realize the good gifts God has given in our lives. Have you ever turned away from a good thing? What do you think about the lost son’s motives?

WEDNESDAY: Luke 15:14-16
When he was out with the pigs, the lost son was at his lowest. How do you relate to the lost son? What was your “out with the pigs” moment?

THURSDAY: Luke 15:11-21
Luke says the prodigal son “comes to his senses.” Do you think it was a practical or emotional decision? How would you have handled it? What in your past would have affected that decision?

FRIDAY: Luke 15:22-24
What do you think about the Father’s reaction? Why did he celebrate?

SATURDAY: Luke 15:25-31
The older brother still had his inheritance and yet was angry. Was his anger justified? How would you feel if you were the older brother?

SUNDAY: Romans 8:28
God is running toward you. Do you see where he has been intervening? Have you come to your senses like the lost son?

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Luke 15:11-32

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