As we go through our Bible reading plans this year, we'll encounter several genealogies. Full of hard-to-pronounce names and repetitive phrases, these passages can be dry and somewhat unmotivating. However, we can learn a lot by exploring the stories behind some of the key characters in these genealogies.
There are two genealogies of Jesus, one in Matthew and the other in Luke. I prepared a template set with these passages to provide us with a simple way to begin a more in-depth study of these family lines.
Once attached to your BQJ pages, it will provide a visual comparison between the two accounts. The right side of each page has plenty of open space for note-taking or illustration.