Sermons on Luke
Most of us don’t care much about what the law says until we need it. God knew that his people would need his law for their good. In Exodus 21-23 we discover God’s heart for the vulnerable, his justice for society, and his protection for our hearts.
It’s the tenth plague over Egypt and God is going to set His people free. But, how He does that is a critical part of the story. Passover and the feast of the unleavened bread are not just for the Israelites, but preparing us for Jesus.
Pastor Ramazan Arkan from Antalya, Turkey shares his story of turning to Christ and growing spiritually.
Guest speaker Dylan Kirkland closes the series with an impactful message on how you can’t outrun God’s forgiveness.
The world seems full of injustices and moments when it seems irreparably broken. It would be easy to lose hope or live in bitterness. But Jesus followers are called to live with a different perspective that doesn’t give up.
Some of the most challenging moments of following Jesus are set in relationships. When a relationship falls apart, do you grab a hammer or an eraser?
Prayer does amazing things you can’t do on your own. For us to really open up ourselves in prayer to God we musty invite him to see us as we really are. If you are bold enough to be honest with God, healing will come.
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?