Sermons on Luke
The rich man ate, drank, and was merry, and then he died with nothing meaningful to show for his life. This is how it will be with whoever stores up things for themselves, but is not rich towards God.
Worship the One True God because worship is an act of love to a Father God who is love.
We may know what we are supposed to do as disciples of Jesus, but we fall short of the practice. And why is that? Because of our lack of surrender. We must of let go and let Jesus into our lives, let Him control and lead us.
Forgiveness really is at the center of our faith. God wants to forgive you. God is the God of second chances. Hence why Jesus suffered and died to redeem you. So too, we are called to forgive the sins of others
The message of Epiphany is, “Keep Watch!” For you do not know the day, the hour, the minute, the second when God will appear to you.
Mary’s personal experience is God’s pattern among human beings. We too can sing a song like Mary’s based on what God has done for us and what he had done for all people.
Jesus ushered in a kingdom of love. Surrender to God’s purpose and plan for your life and let His love for you pour out on those around you.
When we live our lives from the joy of being saved, word spreads quickly, and people are in awe of the miraculous birth of Christ at Christmas.
Peace comes from submitting to the leadership of Jesus Christ.
God’s promises give us hope right here, right now. Hope is a certainty about the future, that impacts the present. Hope is birthed out of deep longings and desperate need. Hope is found in Jesus.