Sermons on Luke (Page 4)
without Jesus, we have no idea what love really is. Jesus shows us what real love—committed, unconditional, self-sacrificing love—is and through his sacrifice Jesus pours this love into our hearts.
Every word that flows from Jesus’ lips, every miracle he performs speaks hope to our lives. We have a Savior who can raise the dead! What more hope do we need? Luke 7
Even if Jesus doesn’t perform a miracle and remove all our pains and troubles, knowing his love enables us to power through. Luke 4
Just as the shepherds first shared the good news of Christ’s birth with everyone they could, so we too as a church want to share Christ’s victory with as many as we can.
Imagine how Mary felt when Jesus, her promised Savior, made his presence known for the first time in her womb? As we experience firsthand the fulfillment of our anticipation, our hearts smile to have finally seen what we have longed to see for so long! Luke 1:46-55
Over time God began to reveal more and more details concerning how he would bring his promise to fulfillment. Those details filled God’s people with wonder as they began to see his power and wisdom in action. We know so much more of the story than they ever did. How can we not, like them, be filled with wonder and awe? Luke 1:39-45
In this world we have titles like nurse, teacher, mechanic, mother, father, etc. But Jesus reminds us that as members of his family we all share just one title: witnesses. Sermon Text: Luke 24:44-53
Simeon and Anna give us a stirring picture of what it means to wait on the Lord and finally experience the joy of God’s promises fulfilled. How have you experienced the joy of God’s promises fulfilled? Sermon Text: Luke 2:25-40
God’s people were waiting for the promised King of kings. The king was the protector and the deliverer of God’s people. God came into the world so that he could keep his promise to protect and deliver you. Sermon Text: Luke 1:26-35
There are a lot of really bad people out there, people who are certainly doing worse things than me. I try hard to do what’s right and make amends when I do wrong. How can you say I’m not good enough? Sermon Text: Luke 18:9-14
It takes some nerve for a man to claim to be God. How do we know that Jesus really is God and not just another religious fanatic who went a little too far? Sermon Text: Luke 22:66-71
There are many milestones in life that can trip us up. As Jesus journeys with us through life, his Word helps us navigate through these dangers and helps us arrive safely on the other side.