Sermons on Luke
Luke 3:10-20 Sunday Service / John the Baptist prepared the way to Jesus. A prepared heart is a repentant heart, and a repentant heart will produce real results. What are the results that flow from repentance?
Luke 3:7-9 Sunday Service / John the Baptist prepared the way to Jesus by preaching repentance. What does repentance look like?
Luke 3:1-6 Sunday Service / Our hearts are prepared for Jesus by the preaching of repentance.
Luke 2:41-52 Sunday Service / The boy Jesus treasured God, His Father. May we treasure finding out why.
Luke 2:25-38 Sunday Service / The only permanent joy and satisfaction is found in meeting Jesus.
Luke 2:21-24 Sunday Service / Jesus fulfilled the whole law for us beginning His saving mission on day one.
Luke 2:8-20 Sunday Service / The good news of Jesus is for the humble in heart.
Luke 2:1-7 Sunday Service / At the exact time, place, and manner in history, the second Person of the Trinity assumed human nature.
Luke 1:76-80 Sunday Service / Praise Jesus for visiting us because of tender mercy, shining upon us in great darkness, and guiding us into the path of peace.
Luke 1:67-75 Sunday Service / This Christmas, may we praise God for redeeming His people and raising up His horn of salvation.
Luke 1:57-66 Sunday Service / How are we going to respond to the promises and principles found in the Word of God?
Luke 1:46-56 Sunday Service / When faith takes flight it is turned into praise.
Luke 1:39-45 Sunday Service / Blessing comes by believing that all the promises of God’s Word will be fulfilled.
Luke 1:26-38 Sunday Service / Believe that God will keep His saving promises even if it seems impossible.
Luke 1:5-25 Sunday Service / Believe that the future gospel promises will be fulfilled in Jesus Christ.
Luke 1:1-4 Sunday Service / We can be certain that Luke contains the exact truth about the good news of Jesus Christ for outcast sinners.
Luke 18:9-14 Sunday Service / If you died today where would you go, Heaven or Hell? When you say Heaven, we ask on what basis? Jesus teaches us to not fall into the trap of self-righteousness. We dare not approach the throne of God based on our own merits. Instead we approach in humility where we are not trusting in ourselves but in Christ’s righteousness alone.
Luke Sunday Service / Overview – The compassionate Son of Man seeks the salvation of outcast sinners, fulfilling God’s plan and promises.
Luke 2:25-35 Sunday Service / Simeon longed to see the Savior!