The Parables of Jesus are at the center of this weeks New Testament reading I created a colorful and easy study guide with writing prompts to help you and your families understand the parables of Jesus he used to teach the people.
These weeks: reading: Matthew 13; Luke 8 and 13
In this weeks Come follow Me lesson we get to several parables that Jesus used to teach the people. For a quick glance back at weeks 1-3 you can head HEAD HERE
Here is a list of the Parables Jesus taught in this weeks New Testament reading:
- The wheat and the tares (13:24–30, 36–43): The wicked and the righteous grow together until the end of the world.
- The mustard seed (13:31–32):
- The leaven (13:33):
- The hidden treasure and the pearl of great price (13:44–46):
- The net (13:47–50):
- The householder (13:52):
Understanding The Parables that Jesus taught Activity:
Understanding Parables can be difficult. I know that even for me as an adult they can be hard to understand. As I tried to wrap my head around how I might teach these to my kids this is the solution I came up with.
On each of these study guide pages I have copied the Scripture verses of each parable. Below is a set of blank lines that you and your families can use to write down what you learn from each of the parables discussed.
This will be different for each family. But is versatile to work for anyone and any age group.
Simple Bible Study Guide:
I hope you enjoy the simple study guide I have shared for this weeks reading! and I’ll be back with the last of March Come Follow Me family study helps and handouts soon!
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