Sermons on “Luke”

The Life of Jesus – Calling Disciples

We continue our series examining the life of Jesus. This week Chris asks why Jesus called disciples. What are the implications of Jesus living alongside and loving the disciples are for our own calling? This leads to a challenge to be disciples and to make disciples

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The Life of Jesus – Baptism and Temptations

Jesus was tempted in every way as we are yet without sin. We do not have a high priest who is unable to sympathise with our weaknesses. He defeated satan in every battle and especially in the final battle on the cross where satan’s power through sin and death are broken. Chris explores our calling in the light of Jesus’ victory.

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The Life of Jesus – God with Us

In this series we will be taking an overview of the life of Jesus. We will be asking why each section is selected by the gospel writer?, what is the good news? so what? and now what?. In the first section Chris examines the childhood of Jesus and calls us to life extraordinary lives in the midst of the mundane.

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The Compassion of the Father

Chris explores the connection between the parable of the prodigal son and the person of the Holy Spirit.

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Compassion for the Bereaved

Continuing the series on The Compassion of Jesus, Chris looks at Luke Chapter 7 vs 13 and Jesus’ compassion for the bereaved.

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Prepare the Way

Paul Brown preaches on Luke 1:67-80 and John the Baptist. He asks if we are preparing to meet Jesus and also if we, like John the Baptist, are pointing others to Jesus and helping them to understand who he is.

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The Prodigal Son

Peter Finnis shares some fresh insights into the parable of the Prodigal Son.

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Mary and Martha

Chris examines Mary and Martha’s encounters with Jesus.

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Healed by Jesus

Chris highlights the nature of the encounter of those Jesus healed. One might have thought that a healing encounter with Jesus might inevitably lead to the healed person following Jesus as Lord. But through the healings recorded in the gospels we discover that is far from certain.

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