for young women
Lessons from year 3
Jesus is crucified on the cross for those He came to save. Are you willing to suffer in His Name to show His love to others?
Jesus is arrested and brought before the authorities. Peter’s fear causes him to deny knowing Jesus. Are you courageous enough to stand for Jesus?
In Jesus’s time of crisis, Peter denies knowing Him. Are you known as His follower, or does the fear of man keep you silent?
Jesus demonstrates that He is the resurrection and the life in this passage. What does this mean to you?
The sheepfold is a safe place for the sheep. What does it mean for you to know that Jesus is both the door to the sheepfold and the Shepherd of the sheep?
Our God is Lord of all—even the demons understand this. If God can control demons, why doesn’t He just get rid of them?
You can be “blind” in more than one way! But Jesus can heal all types of blindness. Who are the blind people in this reading? How can your own prevent spiritual blindness?
Jesus demonstrates His power to those around Him. Do you believe in Him? Have you seen His power?
Jesus shares three parables about things that have been lost. In each parable those things which were lost are found. Are you “lost” or have you been “found”?
Jesus continues His ministry and shares the parable of the Good Samaritan. Can you explain the meaning of the Good Samaritan?