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This parable, found in Luke 16:19-31, is thought provoking, forcing the reader to consider questions of heaven and hell, faith and sin, and who and what we value. Do we see those around us with God's values or the world's? Taking a deep look at Luke 16:19-31, this one-off message examines the parable of the rich man and Lazarus by first addressing who the audience was, cultural and historical significance to the story, and finally asking the questions, are we making the right choice with our first love? And what is our legacy when it comes to things of faith with our loved ones?

Appropriate for a youth ministry context and/or an adult worship service context.

Questions are included at the end of the manuscript for discussion immediately following the message or can be used for small groups.

This Resource Includes:
• Complete message manuscript (Word file)
• PowerPoint presentation file
• Student handout (fill-in-the-blank with discussion questions (blank and filled-in Word files)
• Graphics (jpeg files):
- title slide
- content slide
- Instagram images

The Parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus

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A one-off message on the parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus, challenging the listener to choose God as their first love and to choose a reputation of faith.
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Matthew McNutt

Matthew has been a youth pastor for over 18 years, giving his focus to both serving in the local church and writing for the youth ministry community throughout that time. He and his wife Heather have four sons ranging from 10 to 17 years old, which means lots of paintball, video games and Doctor Who.

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