Sermons on Luke
It’s easy to get our priorities out of whack. When we value money over all else, we are missing the most important parts of this life.
We all go through periods of waiting in this Christian life, but how do we respond to them?
Jesus was unique in so many ways. Often we can see this through descriptions of His garments in Scripture.
A biblical principle holds true throughout Scripture: God often does the impossible after all hope has faded.
If people will not receive God’s living and abiding word, why would they receive His miracles?
Everyone must make a decision about Jesus. No one can remain neutral. No one can say, “Jesus is good, but he’s not God.” What will your answer be?
Most of the focus of the “Prodigal Son Passage” in focused on the prodigal son. However, in its full context, Jesus’ larger focus was on the other wayward son.
Jesus extended His love and grace to two very different people. They each responded in very different ways. How have you responded to His love and grace?
We often have vision, goals, plans, and hard work behind our earthly endeavors. But do we apply the same mindset to things of eternity?
When we face problems that seem insurmountable, we can be tempted to see the immovable mountain as an idol.