Sermons on Luke

Sermons on Luke

Gabriel’s First Birth Announcement

Christmas 2020 Series Sermon #1 Scripture: Luke 1:5-2. “Gabriel’s First Birth Announcement” Sermon In a Sentence: “Despite disappointments, delays, and the temptation to doubt, getting ready for Christmas necessitates that we trust God’s promises and place our faith in Jesus Christ who has come to remove our reproach.”

The Passionate Love of Jesus

Sermon Series: Palm Sunday 2020 Sermon Title: The Passionate Love of Jesus Scripture: Luke 19:41-46, 22:14-20. Sermon In a Sentence: “It is only through the passionate love of Jesus who weeps over sinners, brings conviction to our hearts, and sacrifices Himself in our place that we can be saved and made right with God.”

The Demands of Following Jesus, pt.1

Sermon #2 in Sermon Series: Follow Me! Sermon Title: The Demands of Following Jesus, pt.1. Scripture: Matthew 4:12-22; 9:9. Sermon In a Sentence: “The call to follow Jesus demands total commitment and that His kingdom be the top priority of your life.”

Simeon’s Song of Salvation

Sermon Title: Simeon’s Song of Salvation. Scripture: Luke 2:21-35. Sermon In a Sentence: “As the long-awaited Messiah who was born to die, Jesus Christ is humanity’s only hope of salvation.”

The Road to Recognition

Luke 24:13-35 – Sermon Title “The Road to Recognition”, Sermon in a Sentence “Faith that Jesus was crucified and has risen from the grave turns hopelessness into hope, fear into courage, and despair into joy.”

The Unsanitized Christmas Story

Series Christmas 2018 (Matthew 2:13-23): Title: “The Unsanitized Christmas Story”, Sermon in a Sentence: “The unsanitized story of Christmas tells us that Jesus entered our world of evil and chaos in order to defeat our greatest enemy and redeem us from our sin.”

Waiting on the Lord

Luke 2:22-35 – Sermon in a Sentence: “Simeon’s example of waiting on Jesus’ coming should be a model for us as we anticipate and wait on Jesus’ imminent second coming.”

The Incredibly Forgiving Father

Luke 15:11-32: Title: “The Incredibly Forgiving Father”, Sermon in a Sentence: “The outstretched arms of our heavenly Father is a call to come into His embrace, no matter how far we have gone or how close we have stayed, His forgiveness and acceptance is for everyone.”