Worry – Luke 12:22-34 CG Curriculum


The Book of Luke
Written By: Luke, a Gentile physician and missionary companion of Paul
Primary Audience: Addressed to Theophilus, but intended for all believers
Date: Between AD 60 and 80
Theme: Luke presents Jesus as the Messiah and Lord whose life, death and resurrection make salvation available to all people everywhere.

Context of Luke Chapter 12
Luke 12:22-34

  • Jesus calls his followers to raise their sights, to forget worrying about the pressures of this life climbing the corporate ladder or even obtaining enough food and instead to be concerned with developing character.
  • Barton, Bruce B., Grant R. Osborne, David Veerman, and Linda Chaffee Taylor. Luke: Life Application Bible Commentary. Seoul: Scripture Union, 2003. Print.


    Luke 12:22-34

  • What is going on in the passage?
  • What are the circumstances that Luke is addressing in these passages?
  • Does the writer mention anything that might indicate his purpose or intent?
  • Through Luke’s writing, how does Jesus want the people in the passage to respond?
  • When it comes to these passages what does Luke want us to understand when looking at these passages?


    After reading these verses apply then to you and the group

  • What does God want us to take away from these passages?
  • How will we live differently and be different today because of what we have studied in these passages?
  • What in our lives need to change in light of the Truth of God’s Word?


  • Pray through the passage and your application, asking God to change your heart and to change your life. Based on the time you’ve spent together in God’s Word.

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