Sermons on Luke
Have you ever felt like your prayers are knocking on a door that someone won’t open? If prayer has felt that way to you or does now let the words of Jesus encourage you today.
Can you imagine what it would have been like to sit and listen to Jesus pray? We don’t have to follow a specific formula to talk with God, but practicing different ways to pray can help us find deeper purpose and connection to Him through our prayer time. When Jesus taught his disciples to pray he gave them a prayer outline called “The Lords Prayer.”
This 28 days of prayer begins with an echo of the cry of the disciples for Jesus to teach us how to pray.
Luke’s version of the Christmas story includes two seniors who have a hunger for a move of God in their day. Oddly enough, it will be two teenagers who bring a baby to the Temple that fulfills their longing.
It’s one thing to be tested at school or in your occupation, but what about an exam of your faith? Are we really who we claim?
Instead of retaliation towards your enemies what if you gave them public praise? With God in your heart it is possible. Jesus has asked us to come at this world in a different perspective. Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you.
No-one likes interruptions. Interruptions can sometimes produce disappointment. But what if God is detouring your timeline for something better to come? How many opportunities are we missing when we look at interruptions as an obstacle?
Your ability to walk closely with Jesus is your ability to balance your financial life.
What do we see in David that is truly unique and teaches us about being “A person after God’s own heart?”
Discover how God shows us the way, gives us strength, and teaches us right from wrong by His gift of the Holy Spirit.
Jesus healed the ten lepers but only one came back to thank him. Would you be the one returning with a grateful heart?
The Christmas story is told from four perspectives- all of which enlarge our understanding of what God was doing through birth of Jesus. Ultimately, their goal is more than information, but to lead us to a place of belief.