Luke 2:1-7. The simple manger scene maybe shrouded with a certain mystery for the unenlightened, but for true Christians, the secret of the gospel is clear to us all. Now, the age old Christmas carols are filled with richest meaning and value, as we thank and worship The King, The Saviour, The Lord!
Luke 1:57-80. When the tongue of Zacharias was finally loosed at the birth of John the Baptist, his heart poured out praises to the Lord! His song is filled with insights into the covenants and the faithfulness of the redeemer! May we also sing our praises in light of His faithfulness and goodness.
Luke 1:39-55. The “Magnificat” records Mary’s response of faith as she magnifies The Lord. In her song there are astounding statements referring to God’s faithfulness, covenants, and promises. Just like Mary, may we also sing of “the great things God had done” for us and magnify Him each day.
Luke 1:26-38. As the gospel story unfolds in the book of Luke, Gabriel visits Mary and gives her the incredible news that she will be the virgin mother of the Messiah. Her response is one of faith, humility and servanthood. What lessons can we learn for our own Christian life and calling from the response […]
Luke 1:5-25. Does it ever seem that God is not listening? or not answering prayer? or you don’t quite understand what He is doing in your life? Then have a listen to this sermon. After the 400 “silent years” the silence is finally broken in the opening chapter of Luke with an explosion of miracles, […]