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Young Life Campaigners 3-6-03

Where Would Jesus Sit?





  • Are there people in your school that you know but never talk to? Are there people you would never sit with at lunch? Are there people who would never sit with you?




  • Name some reasons for this:



Mark 2:13-17 – “THE CALLING OF LEVI”





  1. Why does Levi follow Jesus?



WHO WAS LEVI? Levi was a Jew that collected taxes for the Romans, and was considered a traitor for this. People of the day described him as a “sinner” which referred to people that did not follow the Jewish law or obey religious leaders. “Sinner” was usually used for tax collectors, robbers, adulterers, etc.




  1. Who do you think would be the “sinners” today (who are those people that most others do not want to be associated with)? At your school?




  1. Imagine Jesus in your lunch period. Would people be surprised whom Jesus sat with?




  1. Do you ever find yourself looking at other people and criticizing like the Pharisees criticized Jesus?




  1. We can avoid being like the Pharisees by ______________ __________.


Jesus was different from everyone else. We can be different as well.

John 14:21


“Whoever has my commands and obeys them, he is the one who loves me. He who loves me will be loved by may Father, and I too will love him and show myself to him.”
Matthew 5:44


  1. Jesus was different because he always _____________.




  1. How do we sometimes show “hate” or a lack of love?


Personal Application and Challenge:

Young Life Campaigners 3-6-03


Where Would Jesus Sit?





  • Are there people in your school that you know but never talk to? Are there people you would never sit with at lunch? Are there people who would never sit with you?




  • Name some reasons for this:



Mark 2:13-17 – “THE CALLING OF LEVI”





  1. Why does Levi follow Jesus?



WHO WAS LEVI? Levi was a Jew that collected taxes for the Romans, and was considered a traitor for this. People of the day described him as a “sinner” which referred to people that did not follow the Jewish law or obey religious leaders. “Sinner” was usually used for tax collectors, robbers, adulterers, etc.




  1. Who do you think would be the “sinners” today (who are those people that most others do not want to be associated with)? At your school?




  1. Imagine Jesus in your lunch period. Would people be surprised whom Jesus sat with?




  1. Do you ever find yourself looking at other people and criticizing like the Pharisees criticized Jesus?




  1. We can avoid being like the Pharisees by ______________ __________.


Jesus was different from everyone else. We can be different as well.

John 14:21


“Whoever has my commands and obeys them, he is the one who loves me. He who loves me will be loved by may Father, and I too will love him and show myself to him.”
Matthew 5:44


  1. Jesus was different because he always _____________.




  1. How do we sometimes show “hate” or a lack of love?


Personal Application and Challenge:


  1. imitating Jesus




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