Sermons on Luke
The wise men’s hearts were overshadowed by worship. Are they magi? (Daniel 1:20, 2:5, 2:24) Are they wise men? (1 Kings 10:7,9-10) Are they kings? (Isaiah 39:6, 60:10) Herod’s heart was overshadowed by worry and fear. King of the Jews? Builder and baby killer? (Matthew 2:16) The Priests and Scribes’ hearts were overshadowed by confusion. (Matthew 2:5-6) If they knew about Jesus why didn’t they worship Him? Why information without action? Do you seek Him as a magi, wise man, How COVID has affected us
Luke 1:26-38, 45 Sermon Big Idea: The power of the Most High overshadows our fears Mary was greatly troubled, afraid, confused, but obedient. The power of the most high can overshadow our doubts, fears, and confusion. The power of the most high overshadows and then sends. When what we do is from the power of the Holy Spirit, it is holy. 1 Kings 19 God wants to hear from us what we perceive is wrong. God reveals Himself to us. How COVID has affected us
Sermon Scripture: Luke 21; Acts 2 Sermon Big Idea: Peter, the fisherman, is called to fish for men. He shares his testimony of Jesus while frying fish on an open fire. Why did Jesus say 2 swords were enough? Do you think Peter’s denial of Christ was prompted by fear or confusion? What is your comfort zone or security blanket that may be hindering you from serving Christ fully? Was 153 the largest catch Peter and the Apostles were involved How COVID has affected us
Sermon Scripture: Luke 11:37-54 Sermon Big Idea: The key is to clean the inside first by being persistent, united, enguard, a doer, repentant, and a light. Then we will have the keys to open the gate and to not hinder others from entering. Jesus teaches us how to disciple: Be persistent in prayer (Luke 11:1-13) Be united (Luke 11:14-23) Be on watch (Luke 11:24-26) Be hearers and doers (Luke 11:27-28) Be repentant (Luke 11:29-32) Be lights (Luke 11:33-36) As we How COVID has affected us
Luke 7:36-50 Mark 4:41 Luke 5:20-21 Luke 7:36-50 Simon questioned much He couldn’t be a prophet If He was holy He wouldn’t let her touch him The woman loved much Humbled herself Gave up her livelihood Covered up his embarrassment Matthew 2:18 – Polys (pa loos) Jesus forgives much Neither him who owed a little or a lot could repay She was one who we all would agree is a sinner Luke 7:49 Who is this man? He is the How COVID has affected us
Luke 19:1-10 Sermon Big Idea: Truly inviting Jesus to our feast is to let him be the host. Short in stature, short in morals, but a tall stack of money had he. Zacchaeus couldn’t resist the desire to see Jesus. What identified Zacchaeus was replaced with Jesus. Jesus healed another blind man. Jesus became the host of Zacchaeus’ house by way of salvation.
Don’t be a fool Luke 12:13-21 A fool… Doesn’t guard against covetousness (v. 15a) Bases his/her value on how much he/she has (v. 15b) Lays up treasure for himself/herself (v. 21) How to avoid being a fool… Purpose (Matthew 6:18-21) Perspective (Matthew 25:14,21) Plan (Luke 14:28) If we “seek first his Kingdom and his righteousness,” he will meet our needs and we will be who God uses to meet others needs. (Acts 2:45)
Devin Henriet Youth Sunday 2018 Luke 16:24-31 Luke 21:1-4
The virgin birth further blinds those who already can’t see. Jesus’ life and ministry isn’t disputed, his identity is. Jesus’ death isn’t disputed, the effect is. The victory of the cross was the resurrection of the Christ. Jesus’ resurrection is disputed, but the effect isn’t.