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February 25 Bible Study Conversation

February 25, 2024


 
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Youth Sunday Conversation | Along the Way Week 3


This week we had our youth share from our "Along the Way" story from Matthew 20:29-34.



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Bible Study Plan for Matthew 20:29-34


Instead of our regular devotional reading plan, this week we offer you the same prompts and questions we asked our youth during worship on Sunday. You can do one part each day as you're accustomed to, or you can do it all in about 15-20 minutes.


Start with Scripture

Read: Matthew 20:29-34

As Jesus and the disciples left the town of Jericho, a large crowd followed behind. Two blind men were sitting beside the road. When they heard that Jesus was coming that way, they began shouting, “Lord, Son of David, have mercy on us!”
“Be quiet!” the crowd yelled at them.
But they only shouted louder, “Lord, Son of David, have mercy on us!”
When Jesus heard them, he stopped and called, “What do you want me to do for you?”
“Lord,” they said, “we want to see!” Jesus felt sorry for them and touched their eyes. Instantly they could see! Then they followed him.

Make some Observations

A great observation is something that everyone can agree is true. For example, a simple observation about this passage is that there were a lot of people around to see this happen (verse 29 says Jesus, his disciples, a crowd, and the two blind men were all a part of the story).


What are three observations you can make about this scripture passage?


Ask some Questions

What do you find yourself being curious about at this point?

What's something you'd like to learn more about?

What does this scripture make you wonder about God?


Apply the Insights

What is one way this scripture feels meaningful to you in your life?


Pray the Scripture

Having walked through this process, now pray for the Holy Spirit to do His work in your life, to make what has happened through this study not just a lesson to learn, but a way of living.



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