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DAY 75: "NOT LOST IN THE CROWD" (Luke 19:5) "Zacchaeus is Restored"

DAY 75: "NOT LOST IN THE CROWD"


Luke 19:5 And when Jesus came to the place, He looked up [a]and saw him, and said to him, “Zacchaeus, [b]make haste and come down, for today I must stay at your house.”


SUMMARY:

Jared led a devotional discussion centered around the story of Jesus' encounter with Zacchaeus in Luke, chapter 19. The discussion explored the spiritual interpretations of the story, including the symbolism of Zacchaeus' inability to see Jesus due to the crowd. Jared also highlighted Zacchaeus' radical decision to give half of his goods to the poor and restore any wrongfully taken property fourfold, noting it was not just a gift but a requirement of the law. Lastly, Jared emphasized the importance of seeking God's truth in prayer and understanding Scripture.


Jesus' Unique Relationship With Zacchaeus -(TIME 0:00)

Jared led a devotional discussion focusing on a small reading from Luke, chapter 19, verse 5, which discusses the encounter between Jesus and Zacchaeus. Jared emphasized that Jesus relates to individuals in ways that are unique to them, taking into account their past, present, and future. The discussion ended with a deeper look into Luke, chapter 19, verses 1-9, which further explored the story of Zacchaeus.


Zacchaeus: A Story of Grace and Transformation - (TIME 3:48)

Jared led a discussion on the biblical story of Zacchaeus. He highlighted how Jesus' encounter with Zacchaeus, a chief tax collector known for his wealth, demonstrates the power of grace to accomplish what is impossible for man. Jared noted that the story has multiple spiritual interpretations, including the idea that Zacchaeus' inability to see Jesus due to the crowd symbolizes his lack of faith and virtue. He also pointed out that Zacchaeus' decision to give half of his goods to the poor and restore any wrongfully taken property fourfold was not just a gift but a requirement of the law, showing his love and desire to turn from his wicked ways. Lastly, Jesus' declaration that salvation had come to Zacchaeus' house because he was a son of Abraham emphasized Jesus' mission to seek and save those who are lost.


Scripture, Prayer, Forgiveness: Understanding Truth - (TIME 11:15)

Jared discusses the importance of understanding Scripture and seeking God's truth in prayer. He emphasizes the need to learn more about the Bible to understand it better. Jared also emphasizes that prayer involves three steps: seeking Scriptures, seeking the Lord's truth, and knocking on God's will. The message is to forgive those who love us and those who hate us.


Numbers 6:24-26 “The Lord bless you and keep you; 25 The Lord make His face shine upon you, And be gracious to you; 26 The Lord [a]lift up His countenance upon you, And give you peace.” ’ In Christ love Jared W Campbell


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