Sermons on Luke
Psalm 107:10-16 — God rescues those who trust in Christ from captivity to sin.
Luke 2:17-20 — Mary demonstrated holy habits of contemplation, celebration, and witness of what God has done.
Luke 2:25-38 — Simeon and Anna were part of the long line of witnesses of (and believers in) God’s promises to save.
Luke 2:36-38 — Prayer is an essential act of service to God that leads to worship and witness.
Luke 2:25-35 — Following Jesus will involve being humbled, but also being raised up to new life and joy.
Luke 2:27-32 — Simeon’s prayer describes the great breadth of God’s covenant love and salvation.
Luke 2:25; Isaiah 49 — Simeon demonstrates how to learn about, trust, and experience God.
Acts 2:42-47 — As Christians we show generous care because God has shown it to us, because Jesus taught us to do so, and because the Holy Spirit cultivates godly compassion as it works within us!
Mark 1:14-17; Luke 15:1-7 — God rejoices over welcoming humanity back into right relationship through Christ.
Exodus 20; Luke 14 — The Sabbath is God’s gift to us for spiritual nourishment and rest.