Luke 12:12-34. In this heart searching passage, Jesus warns against covetousness, the insatiable desire and greed that always wants more. He tells the parable about the foolish farmer who has not consider eternity and only stored up treasure on the earth. Jesus clarifies that life is not about storing up treasures on earth, but also […]
Luke 12:1-12. As Jesus exposes the hypocrisy of the Pharisees, he warns his own disciples to avoid legalism, external forms of religion, and the hypocrisy it produces. May these words search our own hearts also, to stay under grace and under the healthy conviction and guidance of the Holy Spirit.
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 10:38-42. Martha was distracted from hearing The Word of God and instead was troubled and worried about many things. We must first chose to ”sit at Jesus’ feet” and let him speak, minister, love, correct, guide, wdify and then we can serve from all that we receive and with the right heart motivation.
In John’s gospel, Jesus claimed to be the source of “living water” and also the “light of the world”. It’s only when we consider these claims in the context of The Feast of Tabernacles that we realise how astounding they really were. How could he make these claims and what do they really mean?