Luke 11:1-13. “The Lord’s Prayer” serves as a model prayer, not to just be recited as some religious formula, but to provide key principles for our own prayer-lives as we learn how to pray. The tenants and handrails for prayer our found in this powerful example of prayer.
Luke 10:1-24. What should make us rejoice as a Christian? How can a person’s eyes and ears be blessed? How can someone’s name be written in heaven? are there consequences for rejecting Jesus? What difference does it make to believe?
Matthew 6:25-34. Haggai 1:2-11. As believers, we are learning how to shake off anxiety and rest in faith. We are promised that, if we seek Him first, He will provide and meet our basic needs in life. But what does it mean to seek him? And how can I overcome worry in my life? Let […]
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 1:5-25. 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, […]