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Teaching on Luke

To present Jesus as the answer to the needs and hopes of the human race. Addressed to a high-ranking Gentile official, Theophilus, the Gospel is intended to give certainty in the historical person of Jesus, who is called the “Son of Man” 26 times. The Gospel also serves as “Part 1” of a two-part history of the Christian faith written to the same individual, with the book of Acts serving as “Part 2.”

When the King Returns, Part 1

Luke 19:11-14 I’d like to invite you to turn your Bibles to Luke 19 this morning. This is a very important text of Scripture and a very pivotal time in our Lord’s ministry. And I’d like to add this could be a very pivotal time, pivotal portion of Scripture for our own church as well. We’re looking at Luke 19, verses 11…

Jesus Came to Seek and Save the Lost

Luke 19:10 Well, as we come to God’s word this morning and consider the significance of the resurrection for us today, I want to direct your attention to a single verse in Luke’s gospel, which is Luke 19:10. Luke 19:10. You can turn there in your Bibles. And Luke 19:10 says, “The Son of man came to seek and to save the…

The Evidence of True Conversion

Luke 19:7-10 Well, I want to ask you to turn to Luke’s Gospel this morning as we take another look at Zacchaeus and Jesus. It’s a story of salvation, and it’s a story of the salvation of one of the most loathed kinds of sinners that there were in the first- century world: the tax collectors. In that song we just sang,…