Sermons on Luke

Sermons on Luke

Stretch Sermon Series from the Kalkaska Church of Christ January 2024

Proper Stretching

Sermon Series:  Stretch Sermon Title:  Proper Stretching Sermon Scripture: Luke 12:13-34 Big Idea:  We don’t just set goals, we set proper goals.  Proper financial goals are in line with God’s plan. Luke 12:13-21 Luke 12:22-34 Fear of this world equates to bigger barns.  Fear of a Holy God equates to bigger hearts.
Christmas in Focus series at Kalkaska Church of Christ 2023

Forward in Motion

Sermon Series:  Christmas in FocusSermon Title:  Forward in MotionSermon Scripture: Hebrews 12:1-2, Luke 1:26-38Big Idea:  Christ in focus this Christmas requires us to remember, unload, and stick to the plan. Here’s what we know… Luke 1:26-27 Luke 1:28-30 Luke 1:31-33 Luke 1:34-35 Luke 1:36-37 Luke 1:38 Here’s what we speculate… Mary was a teenager who probably dealt with persecution in carrying a baby that was not her husband to be’s child. Hebrews 11:1-3,6,10,13 Hebrews 12:1-2 Therefore, make a decision, with How COVID has affected us
Hidden Hope Sermon Series at Kalkaska Church of Christ

The Chairo of Ekkremamai

Luke 18:35-43 Luke 19:1-10 Luke 19:11-27 Luke 19:28-40 Luke 19:41-44 Luke 19:45-48 To have true wisdom we must ekkremamai the words of Jesus with chairo
Place of Peace - Kalkaska Church of Christ Christmas Sermon Series

Consecration of Peace

Sermon Scripture: Luke 2:21-40 Sermon Big Idea: Jesus was worth the wait and is now worth the weight. Luke 2:21-24 The One who redeemed us was redeemed with a sacrifice. Luke 2:25-35 The One deemed “Prince of Peace,” was a source of chaos. Luke 2:36-40 The One waited for was worshiped in wonder. Jesus was worth the wait and is now worth the weight. Those in Christ have been redeemed. Those in Christ will experience chaos. Those in Christ should How COVID has affected us
Place of Peace - Kalkaska Church of Christ Christmas Sermon Series

Arrival of Peace

Sermon Big Idea: Jesus’ arrival as the Prince of Peace was not during a peaceful time but an announcement of peace to a time. The arrival of PEACE was… Luke 1:26-38; Matthew 1:18-23 Premediated Luke 1:5-25 Prefaced (Luke 2:7; Luke 23:53) (Luke 2:16; Luke 23:33) (Matthew 2:1-2; Matthew 27:29) Profound Luke 2:8-14; Matthew 2:1-2 Pronounced Peace arrived in an unpeaceful time in unpeaceful circumstances, and provided what was needed most; hope. Philippians 4:7
Hopeless Hopeful and THE Hope sermon series at Kalkaska Church of Christ

The Eternal Three

Sermon Big Idea:  Will we be found faithful when given a difficult task?  Will we do the task in love?  Faith exists eternally, love exists eternally, and so does hope. Hebrews 11:1 Luke 1:1-4 (NLT) Luke is giving a faithful, love filled report. Luke 1:5-79 (NLT) Gabriel gave a love filled message to faithful servants of God. Mary and Zechariah prophesied about God’s love and faithfulness 1 Corinthians 13:13
Overshadow Sermon Series at Kalkaska Church of Christ


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
Overshadow Sermon Series at Kalkaska Church of Christ

In The Right Shadow

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
A Divine Dining Experience Sermon Series

A Divine Invitation – Breakfast on the Beach

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