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Lesson 117: How Can He Be Lord? (Luke 20:41-44)

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Normally, as the religious elite of Christ’s day interacted with Him, they asked questions in hope of trapping in something He said. But He had an occasional question of His own to bring before them, and this was one of those times. “How is the Lord/Christ David’s son?” he asked upon quoting Psalm 110:1. Time and again, Jesus pressed into the preconceived ideas people had about the Messiah. It wasn’t just that they needed to believe in Him as that One who had come; they had to back up to the point of even understanding who He was and how God moved through history long before engaging them face to face through His Son. This was one such occasion. Pastor Daniel seeks to draw out the truths from this passage by asking some questions of his own and then challenging us to 1) Think deeply, 2) Think Biblically, and 3) Think radically.

Summary by Seth Kempf, Bethany Community Church Staff

Related Topics: Christian Life, Christology

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