Our Gospel Bytes schedule

Nibbling from the gospels each day. Join us in this life-changing adventure!

 


 

September 28. Luke 13:31-33. Herod wants to kill Jesus

September 29. Luke 13:34-35. Jesus weeps over Jerusalem

September 30. Luke 14:1-6. Jesus heals a man on the Sabbath

October 1. Luke 14:7-11. The parable of the wedding feast

October 2. Luke 14:12-24. The parable of the great banquet

October 3. Luke 14:25-33. The cost of discipleship

October 4. REST (Sunday)

 

October 5. Luke 14:34-35. Salt without taste is worthless

October 6. Luke 15:1-7. The parable of the lost sheep

October 7. Luke 15:8-11. The parable of the lost coin

October 8. Luke 15:12-31. The parable of the lost son

October 9. Luke 16:1-13. The parable of the dishonest manager

October 10. Luke 16:14-17. The Law and the kingdom of God

OCTOBER 11. REVIEW

Luke 13:31 to Luke 16:17

 


LOOKING AHEAD

OCTOBER 25, 2020

NOVEMBER 8, 2020

NOVEMBER 22, 2020

  • November 26. REST (Thanksgiving USA)

DECEMBER 6, 2020

DECEMBER 20, 2020

  • December 25. REST (Christmas)
  • January 1, 2021. REST (New Year)

JANUARY 10, 2021

JANUARY 24, 2021

FEBRUARY 7, 2021

  • February 17. REST (Ash Wednesday)

FEBRUARY 21, 2021

MARCH 7, 2021

MARCH 21

  • April 1-3. REST (Holy Triduum)

APRIL 11

APRIL 25

MAY 16

  • May 31. REST (Memorial Day USA)

JUNE 6

JUNE 27

 


 

SUMMARIES

October 11. Review Luke 13:31 to Luke 16:17

September 27. Review Luke 12:13 to Luke 13:30

September 13, 2020. Review Luke 9:51 to Luke 12:21

August 23, 2020. Review Luke 7:1 to Luke 9:50

July 26, 2020. Review Luke 3:23 to Luke 6:49

June 28, 2020. Review Luke 1:39 to Luke 3:22

June 14, 2020. Review Mark 15:1 to Mark 16:20 and Luke 1:1 to Luke 1:38

May 31. 2020. Review Mark 13:33 to Mark 14:72

May 17, 2020. Review Mark 12:18 to Mark 13:32

May 3, 2020. Review Mark 10:17 to Mark 12:17

April 19, 2020. Review Mark 8:22 to Mark 10:16

April 5, 2020. Review Mark 6:14 to Mark 8:21

March 22, 2020. Review Mark 4:13 to Mark 6:13

 


Unless otherwise noted, all Bible quotations on this page are from the World English Bible and the World Messianic Edition. These translations have no copyright restrictions. They are in the Public Domain.


 

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