Jesus Loves Addicts - Luke 4:16-18; Matthew 11:19 - Skip Heitzig

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When a person ingests a substance or engages in an activity that provides temporary pleasure and then such acts become compulsive and interfere with ordinary life responsibilities, he or she is said to be an addict. Addictive behavior is widespread and is one of the reasons many addicts turn to Christ for help. Jesus has a special message for them and a special plan to help them. As the body of Christ to our generation, shouldn’t the church be part of that plan?

This teaching is from our series Jesus Loves People with Skip Heitzig from Calvary Albuquerque.

1. Please pray before you start your reading/reflection time. Ask God for understanding. Sometimes when reading the Bible it's encouraged to read and pray over each verse as you meditate on a word or idea coming from the passage. The same can be done with any Christian book.

2. As an option keep notes on another document processor like Online Word or Google Drive. Write your answers down before you input just in case there is an error when you submit and you lose your answers.

3. A copy of your answers will be emailed to your counselor/coach/teacher.

4. For Biblical study tools consider this webpage.

  

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