Wisdom and Justice

February 12, 2017

 

Devotion: Use this resource at home to guide your household’s daily devotions.

 

Pray: Light a candle and open your devotion time with a prayer.

Holy Voice,
You have shown us your wisdom, O God, in your messengers. Make their proclamation our own: a world where all is restored and justice prevails. By the holy name of Christ, Amen.

Read: Read the following daily readings to deepen your understanding of Sunday’s text. After the reading, ask the follow-up questions.

 

Sunday: More than a Prophet, Luke 7:18-35

Monday: Jairus’ Plea, Luke 8:40-42

Tuesday: A Woman Restored, Luke 8:43-44

Wednesday: A Woman Restored, Luke 8:45-48

Thursday: Jairus’ Daughter Healed, Luke 8:49-56

Friday: Jesus Sends Out Disciples, Luke 9:1-6

Saturday: Herod Hears of Jesus’ Healings, Luke 9:7-9

 

Describe Jesus’ and John’s relationship with each other.

Connect: Discuss the following questions.

What was a high point of your day? What was a low point?

 

If someone who didn’t know Jesus asked you about him, how would you describe him?

 

Describe a favorite relationship you have with someone you love. Describe a relationship you have with someone that is challenging for you to love. What similarities and differences do you notice between the two?

 

Do: By acting on what we learn we make God’s word come alive. Do the following activity this week.

Write a job description for yourself as if your life was the job. What are your qualifications? What is your experience? How do you present yourself to the world?

 

Adapted from Clergy Stuff.  Copyright © 2016 Clergy Stuff. Used and adapted with Permission. Find more at www.ClergyStuff.com.

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