Sermons on Luke
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…
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.…
Luke 16:19-31 Being a Christian is hard. Rich people run for political office. Pampered athletes complain about their working conditions. Self-important celebrities get all the attention. All this while we slave away day after day. In a world of religious toleration, it seems the only faith that can’t be tolerated is the Christian faith. Since it is hard being a Christian, it’s good for us, from time to time, to get an encouraging reminder of why we’re Christians. This weekend,…
Luke 4:31-37 Jesus came into this world for you. The miracles he performed he performed so that you could see his power and believe. Make that power your own. Whatever sin you’re wrestling with, use the power of Christ to fight temptation. When your life is lacking direction and purpose, use his power for Christian living. Put the power of Christ into practice.
Advent 1, 2018 – Luke 21:25-36
Thanksgiving; Luke 17:11-19