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Sermons on “Luke”

Christ, the crucified King

When Jesus came as the Messiah, he came not as a king crowned in glory and military might.  Rather, Jesus is the King who overcame the power of sin and death through his own death on the cross.  This is why the salvation of the world looks like forgiveness, love, and joy.

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Our Witness is Joy Overflowing

When Jesus teaches his disciples about the end times, he promises that he will give his disciples words and wisdom when they are called upon to testify.

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Remembering What Gives Us Hope

As we remember the death and resurrection of Jesus, we are brought through unrealism, through cynicism, and into hope. And hope does not disappoint.

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Being Set Free by the Mercy of God

The Pharisee’s insecurity enslaves him into contempt for others. How does the tax collector find the freedom that eludes the Pharisee?

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The Parable of the Widow and the Unjust Judge

Understanding prayer as a longing for intimacy, rather than a listing of wants and needs, how will I relate to God today?

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Look Up

God’s glory and healing are around us all the time. Jesus invites us to look up and see his work in our lives, and to respond with our gratitude.

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The Curious Case of the Dishonest Manager

God loves us so much that he wants us to lives that are free and joyful. He gives us spiritual practices that help us experience more freedom and joy.

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The Fire of God

Jesus says that he comes to bring fire to the earth. How do we find hope in these words?

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Growing Beyond Me, Myself, and I

Jesus calls us to overcome the material world by putting first things first, living on behalf of God’s kingdom and his righteousness.

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The Lord’s Prayer

Jesus teaches his disciples how to pray and illustrates the right attitudes with a story.

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