Sermons on Luke
Acts 1:1-8 — Christians are called as living witnesses to seek God’s power and participate in what God is doing in the world.
Psalm 107:39-43, Luke 15:1-7 — The Lord protects His family like a Shepherd protecting the flock.
Psalm 107:33-38 — God can turn the powers and so-called blessings of this world upside down, offering true blessing to those who trust Him.
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.