Sermons on “Luke”

Blessings and Woes

The poor can help us see the need for a power greater than ourselves to heal us and give us happiness and meaning. They help us come to the day when we will clearly see the source of this power: Jesus, the Christ, our Savior.

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What Type of Peter Are You?

Getting near to God is a scary thing. Looking at two episodes from Peter’s life we see a change in how he responds to the greatness of Jesus.

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The Rejection of Jesus at Nazareth

“God doesn’t save people like you.” When these words are spoken in Nazareth the people turn on Jesus.

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The Baptism of Jesus

“You are my beloved child and with you I am well pleased.” How would it change your life if you heard God say these words to you?

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A Charlie Brown Christmas

Linus teaches us the true meaning of Christmas. (Luke 2:1-20)

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The Magnificat: A Revolutionary Message

When Mary visits her cousin Elizabeth, she sings the Magnificat, a song of praise—and of revolution. (Luke 1:39-55)

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John Preaches to the People

The reading from Luke for this week follows on the heels of the summary of John’s preaching of a “baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sins,” and the claim that his proclamation, which sets the table for the arrival of Jesus, was what Isaiah promised centuries prior. (Luke 3:7-18)

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God’s Requirement

What are the requirements to be a citizen of the kingdom of God? Life is full of requirements. The same is true of the Kingdom of God. (Luke 18:9-14)

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Thankfulness

Why is it so hard to write thank you notes? Why did only 1 out of the 10 lepers come back to thank Jesus? It is only when we thank others does relationship become possible. This is true of God as well. (Luke 17:11-19)

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