Messages on Luke
Few emotions can lift us like joy. It has a way of transforming us to see the world anew and experience it with new eyes and new expectations. Matthew 2:9-11; Luke 2:10
Peace is often considered the byproduct of external forces. In that definition, peace cam quickly evaporate when circumstances change. What if peace comes from somewhere else? Luke 2:25-32
Two men, whose earthly life could not have been more different, are bound by one common reality. Luke 16:19-30
In one of the most difficult of all of Jesus’ parables, the lessons of a shrewd manager illustrate an important truth for every believer. Luke 16:1-10
Is just getting by enough when it comes to the important issues of life, or are greater consequences ahead? Luke 19:11-27
If religion is a matter of the heart, then what shape should our heart take? Luke 18:9-14
When is enough, enough? Are there some things in life that we should never give up on, things that matter not only to us, but to God. Luke 18:1-8
Status and privilege not only come with cultural expectation; they can also pull us away from matters of eternal importance. Luke 12:13-21
Parables; they are the most popular teaching tool that Jesus used.
It’s likely the most popular parable Jesus told. Few stories grip us like this one about a wayward son, and a loving father.
Prayer is connection. Not only to our heavenly Father, but to the promises and hopes that He has for us. Luke 2:36-38
The cross, a vehicle for executing criminals and a symbol for the finality of death, becomes transformed by Jesus’ crucifixion. What appears as an end, becomes the beginning of an eternal journey for all who believe. Luke 23:39-43; 24:38-40