Sermons on Luke
Christmas Sunday: Faithful action doesn’t have to depend on having clear answers to all our questions. […] Sometimes we have to say yes to God, when the way ahead is not clear. [RM]
«Fear the Lord and serve Him!» We all face moments when life isn’t quite what we expected it to be, when it doesn’t match up to our dreams. Yes, we should put our faith in God, but that’s not to say that we shouldn’t keep our zeal to “change the world” and encourage others to do the same.
People Jesus Met: The Roman Centurion. Today, we learn a lesson about how God can use those who don’t know Him to teach us about faith. Do we recognise Jesus’ authority? Are we emboldened by it enough to step out in faith and take action?
Jesus Meets Simon, the Pharisee. (Hosea 2:19-23, Luke 7:36-50)
Jesus Meets Mary and Martha: Putting God first in our time.
Today, we look at the third mark of mission – “Tend“ — responding to human need by loving service.
The Presentation of Christ in the temple – concluding the current sermon series on Epiphany.
A Bible-centred Church (Isaiah 45:22-25; Luke 4:16-24) View discussion questions here To hear today’s sermon in full, click the ►play button, above; or download the sermon in mp3 format by clicking ‘Save’.
«Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. If you [only] love those who love you, what credit is that to you? […] Do not judge and you will not be judged, […] Give [forgive] and it will be given to you. … » (Luke 6:38)