Sermons on Luke
Mary’s attitude towards God’s will and word speaks volumes to us today. It is echoed through Scripture in God’s people.
Evangelist John Gotesch encourages us to minister and to share the gospel with others in this trying time.
Your past failures may bring you down, but God can still use you to do things that can require great faith.
Evangelist Dwight Smith preached about how confusion about Christ’s resurrection turned into conviction that He did indeed rise from the dead.
There are things that each of us want to get. Luke 11 shows us how to get what we seek.
The key passage of this message is: We have a lot of distractions in life. The story of Mary and Martha tells us that it is important to prioritize our time with the Lord above our many distractions in life. Luke 10:38-42: “(38) Now it came to pass, as they went, that he entered into a certain village: and a certain woman named Martha received him into her house.…
Unbelief limits the opportunity of the Almighty God to work and denies the power of God. Could it be that the limits to your faith have been costing you and others around you?
We must serve God by the Book, not by the longings of the un-surrendered will.
Confession of sin is critical to the Christian who wants to live for God and to serve God. If we confess our sins, God is faithful and just, and He will forgive us of our sins.
We aren’t meant to figure life out on our own. God wants to father us.