Pastor Scott is in Chapter 22 of Luke now, and Jesus' final days are beginning (I realize that sounds strange.) But we know the end of the story, and in today's message we heard about Judas, and the kiss.
Sermon Category: Exalting Jesus
Dan Travis spoke on Luke 21, and challenged us about the widow's mite. She gave ALL she had. Is your giving sacrificial, or simply obligatory?
We are prone to wrestling with Christ's authority. This is Part 3 in this mini-series.
We are prone to wrestling with Christ's authority. This is Part 2 in this mini-series in Luke
We are prone to wrestling with Christ's authority. This Part one in this mini-series.
Some of us really struggle with submitting to authority. This week Pastor Scott helped reveal that questioning and rejecting Christ's authority has been going on for centuries!
We all seek peace, and Pastor Scott helped learn a lot more about it - what/who we should be looking for, and how it affects our relationships.
Jesus came to seek and save those who were lost. He had a sense of urgency for Zacchaeus, even though he was unloved and unpopular in his community. We were challenged to do the same!
The blind man had several obstacles, and Jesus was the answer to each of them! We are no different than the blind man--and Jesus is the solution to our obstacles, as well!
Was the young ruler too rich to be saved? It sounded like maybe that was what Jesus was telling him, but in the end, that was not the message of the account. Pastor Scott taught us that we have a tough choice to make if we are saved.