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Welcome to Bible 2 Go! This is a place where you can come and have a Bible Study with your family, all while connecting it to your daily life.
I created this app for my Senior Project from The Lutheran Theological Seminary of Philadelphia.
Founded : 2017
Designation : Jaime Frazier
What You Need : In order for you to have a successful time with this app, all you need is your Bible and an open mind to conversation.
Prodigal Son: Luke 15:11-32
Opening:Have you ever felt jealous of a sibling or a close friend?
Luke 15:11-32 is a parable that Jesus taught about a son who left and spent all his inheritance, when he returned, his father threw him and party.
Follow up Questions:
1. Who can you relate to the most in this story?
2. How would you have felt if you were the older son?
3. What feelings do you think the younger son was having on his travels home?
4. What is the biggest lesson that you can see in this parable?
Ask how can we pray for each other this week? Lift up the prayer requests.
Who in your everyday life would you nominate for the Nobel Peace Prize because of their ability to make peace?
In Matthew 5:1-12, The Beatitudes are found. The word beatitude is translated to mean supremely blessed. These blessings are like ones that were found in the Old Testament. It is said that Jesus uses this kind of blessing to show the characteristics that should be found in every child of God.
Rate yourself from 1 (very low) to 5 (very high) on each of the following Beatitudes:
- Poor in spirit -I notice that I am missing God in my life. I need to grow a better relationship with God.
- Mourn- I take notice what my sins do to myself and others. I know that my sins cause pain to others and I take responsibility for them.
- Meek- I know that I don’t have to be strong all the time. I have given my life to God and I know that God has control of it. I know that if I do not win everything that it is okay.
- Spiritual Hunger- I have a hunger to have God in my life. I want to know what it is like to have God in my life and feel that my heart is full because of God.
- Merciful- I am comfortable about talking to people who are in need, lonely, or hurting, while walking with them through these tough times. I have compassion to be a pillar of strength for these people.
- Pure in Heart – I am very open and honest with others and with God. I do not put up a wall or hide behind a false understand of myself.
- Peacemaker- I try to always have an open and honest way of communicating with others. I do not allow myself to get mad and overact. I always go beyond to help others work through their differences.
- Persecution – I know the reason behind my life, and I understand that if I must suffer and stand up for what is right, I will do so. I will accept when other criticize me without being angry and defensive.
Share with each other your answers on your lowest and highest score.
Pray for each other to try and better their lowest scores. Also pray that each other can continue to grow in your times of trials.
The Last Supper: Luke 22:7-34
When are special meals in your family? Which one is your favorite?
In Luke 22:7-34 Jesus has a meal with his disciples on the night before he was crucified. Jesus asked his followers to be more like him.
Follow up Questions:
1. How do you think Jesus felt during the Last Supper?
2. Jesus asked his follower to be more like him, as a servant. Where do you find it hardest for you to be a servant?
3. When was one of the most memorable Communion services you ever experienced?
4. When you are receiving Holy Communion, how can you get a deeper meaning out of it?
Dear Lord, thank you for sending your only Son for us. Please guide us to be better servants, like Christ. Please forgive us for all our sins. AMEN
Whose death in your family had the most impact on your life?
In Luke 23:44-49, Jesus is nailed to the Cross and died for our sins.
Follow up Questions:
1. When was the first time that you remember realizing what it means when we are told, Jesus died for you and for the forgiveness of all your sin?
2. How do you feel when you think about Jesus Christ died on the cross for your sins?
3. How would you have felt watching Jesus being nailed to the cross?
4. If you could draw a picture to symbolize Christ’s death, what would it look like?
Dear Lord, thank you for being so selfless by giving us your only Son. And thank you Jesus, for dying for our sins. You are the true reminder on how we should live our lives, and how we should treat others around us, in our daily lives. In your name, we pray. Amen.
Jesus and the Samaritan Woman: John 4:7-30
Have you ever gone out of your comfort zone and talked to someone who was not like you?
Most of the time the Jews would avoid Samaria, but Jesus did not. But in John 4:7-30. Jesus stopped at the watering hole and talked to a woman who was not even accepted by her neighbors.
Follow Up Questions:
1. What do you think the woman felt when she saw Jesus?
2. How can you overcome differences to be there for someone?
3. What do you thirst for in your life?
4. What can help with your spiritual thirst?
Close with the Lord’s Prayer.
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