Sermons on Luke
The theme of forgiveness is woven all throughout scripture and it culminates in the event of the cross. That is where Jesus went to the cross bearing the sins of the world in order that we might have forgiveness.
God wants to do in us, through us and for us things that will never be accomplished if we stay at ease in the shallow waters of life.
With the new year comes resolutions of things we want to see changed. If we’re not careful they can become self centered: “What I’m going to accomplish for myself”. A good question as we start the new year is: How can I glorify God this next year?
In Luke 2 as the shepherds told the story of what they had seen and heard the people hearing it were in wonder. Not the scratching your head type of wonder, but the sense that something magnificent had happened.
This time of year we hear the phrase “tis the season” all the time. It’s easy to get caught up in the busyness of the Christmas season and miss what it is all about: King Jesus. Today we focus our hearts and minds on worshiping Him: tis the season for worship.
Today we walk through the events around the resurrection of Jesus, what they meant to people 2000 years ago and what they mean to us.
Jesus is the hope of the world.
The way in which he came revealed the reason why he came.
Jesus changes everything.
Jesus is our hope foretold and fulfilled. We will look through the Word to see exactly how God fulfilled the promise of a coming Messiah.