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"Kingdom Eyes, A Gospel For A Busy World" (Part 4)

Mar 26, 2017

Preacher: Loren Houltberg

Series: A Gospel For A Busy World - A Study of the Kingdom of God in the Book of Mark

Detail:

A GOSPEL FOR A BUSY WORLD

                                            Kingdom Eyes Luke 2:25-35

 

  1. Simeon had Kingdom eyes to see the past, present and ____________ of

Gods Kingdom rule.  (Hebrews 13:8, 2 Corinthians 1:10)

 

  1. Looking back Simeon saw Gods _______________ to His promises. (Luke 2:25)

 

  1. Kingdom eyes see and _______________ the work of God in the past.  (Jeremiah 6:16)                  

 

  1. Kingdom eyes know how to build upon the old with the ____________.

(Matthew 13:52)

 

  1. A new grapevine is made by ______________ the new with the old.

 

  1. Kingdom eyes ______________ the present including the joys and

                                                (the King is with us)

                _______________.  (Luke 2:30-34, Psalm 45, 1 Peter 1:8)

 

  1. Kingdom eyes are not so distracted by the present that they can’t see

                the ______________.

 

  1. Kingdom eyes see the ______________.  (John 4:35)

 

  1. Kingdom eyes see the future through eyes of ______________ (John    1:42) and love (2 Corinthians 5:14-15).

                        

(1) future  (2) faithfulness  (3) honor  (4) new  (5) combining  (6) embrace, sufferings  (7) future  (8) harvest    (9) grace

 

 

Questions to ponder

 

  1. What does it mean to you to have Kingdom eyes?

 

  1. How can we be people who view the past through eyes of faith?

 

  1. What does the illustration of the new grapevine speak to you about combining

     the old with the new?  Can you give an example of honoring the past to build the

     future.

 

  1. Can you give examples of seeing the harvest (John 4:35)? Having eyes of grace

     for someone (John 1:42)?  Having eyes of Christ’s love for someone (2 Corinthians

     5:14-15)?