Sermons on Luke

Heart Burn

You can also watch on our Vimeo page. This weekend at St. Paul’s we conclude our Summer Bible Story series with the Disciples on the Road to Emmaus. This is the one where Jesus encounters Cleopas and his buddy on Easter afternoon. At first, they didn’t know it was Jesus, but after their visit, they did and shared these interesting words, “Were not our hearts burning within us while he talked with us on the road?” “Heartburn” is usually something…

Jesus Stops By

You can also watch on our Vimeo page. Sermon Text:Luke 10:38-42 What would you do if Jesus dropped by your house? Would you race around the house and tidy things up, then head to the kitchen to prepare a meal? You would because this is Jesus! You’d want everything to be just right for him. But that doesn’t leave much time to visit with him. Or, because this is Jesus, and you’d want to spend every moment with him ……

Oil and Bandages

You can also watch on our Vimeo page. Sermon Text:Luke 10:25-37 The Samaritans were not liked by the Jews at Jesus’ time. So, a “Good” Samaritan would be the furthest thing from their thinking. What is Jesus trying to teach us in the parable of the “Good” Samaritan? What’s his point? There are valuable truths in this familiar parable. The three people, who came into contact with the man beat-up and left-for-dead on the side of the road, represent three…

Defeating the Master Misleader

You can also watch on our Facebook page. God’s Word alerts us that we face a powerful enemy. That enemy is Satan. He’s really after 3 things in your life. Your faith in God. Your connection with other Christians. Your walk in God’s Word in your life. Knowing the enemy and how the enemy operates is necessary if we’re going to be ready to fight. A preferred tactic of his is to plant seeds of doubt in the form of…

I Wonder – Jesus is God?

Click save above to download a pdf of this sermon. You can also watch on our Facebook page. Behind the storm the howling wind, and lightning flashes bright, His smiling countenance is there, to guard me through the night. In any storm that life may bring, when winds of trouble blow, His grace and love will see me through, from Him all blessings flow. Those words beautifully picture this weekend’s message as Jesus controls the storms in our lives. Sermon…

I Wonder – God’s Son, Human? – Christmas in July

Click save above to download a pdf of this sermon. You can also watch on our Facebook page. “Christmas in July” sounds like a sale at our favorite store.  This weekend “Christmas in July” describes our worship as we continue our summer series – I Wonder About God.  How can Jesus, God’s Son, be human?  It may not be December 25, but Christmas and Luke 2 is the answer to our question. Sermon Text: Luke 2

Remarkable Things

Click save above to download a pdf of this sermon. Everyone in that Capernaum house was in shock at what their ears heard and their eyes saw – they could only gasp: We have seen remarkable things! Since there’s no other way to describe what happened in our story, let’s stick with We Have Seen Remarkable Things as our theme, too. 1 – We have someone who forgives our sins, 2 – We have someone who heals our sicknesses. Sermon…

Saints Triumphant!

Sermon Text: Luke 20:27-38 How would you like to be part of a religion that believed there is no life after death – no resurrection?  Some might say, at least you wouldn’t have to worry about frying eternally in hell.  But what hope would you have for the future?  What purpose would you have for this life?  That’s a miserable existence if we didn’t believe in life after death, if we didn’t believe in the resurrection. This weekend, celebrate Saints Triumphant with us at St.…