Sermons on Luke

Sermons on Luke

Wilderness

With cautionary advice to avoid social proximity to others and pandemic with COVID-19, we are in exceptional times.

“Not My Will, But Thy Will Be Done”

In one of the most moving scenes in the life of Christ we are both inspired and deeply challenged by his example. In great pain and distraught he prays. What he prays is the stuff of true devotion, true commitment, true sacrifice It’s why we love him and why we need him for his fortitude definitely unveils our shallowness. Key text: Luke 22:39-44 (NKJV)

“Love Your Enemies and Do Good To Those Who Hate You”

Today we get to the heart of it. If what Jesus has previously said wasn’t enough, the words we read today have the potential to alienate everyone. Without question, Jesus declares he is a different kind of Messiah than expected.  He is not one who will overpower the Romans or impose his will over his enemies. Instead he calls for the most radical aspect of discipleship yet. Key text: Luke 6:27-36 (MSG)