Sermons on Luke
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.
What would it be like to receive an invitation from God to a party, but turn it down because you had something better to do? Jesus tells a story that exposes our excuses as a cover for different priorities.
It’s easy for good drivers to be judgmental of those who have careless wrecks. Jesus tells a story that challenges our hearts for those whose lives have gone off in the ditch.
There is no set-back that is too far for a come-back.
We all know what it’s like to feel unwelcome, but it’s hard to imagine a whole town not wanting Jesus. In this message, Jesus enters a town and encounters someone in desperate need of His help. Listen to hear His response, the town’s response and what our response should be for the unwelcome.
What does it take to amaze Jesus? An encounter with a Roman military officer creates a surprising conversation.
The son of God stops for a road-side beggar. The encounter is a display of the amazing mercy of God. You might be inspired to cry out for mercy as well.
Easter is all about the resurrection. Even today, Jesus invites us into resurrection living.
Anxiety is normal. Left unchecked it can cripple and ultimately rob you of the joy of kingdom living. Jesus had some words to say about not letting anxiety control our thinking.
Greed in the lives of others looks really bad. But often we don’t realize it is in our own hearts too. Jesus has some good things to say about our desires that are never satisfied.
Intersections require lots of caution and attention to navigate safely. Communication in marriage is tricky intersection that a lot of people crash in. Here are some helpful ways to be successful.