Sermons on Luke
Compassion is triggered by seeing what Jesus sees and the way he sees it, and responding immediately with appropriate resources.
No matter the trials or struggles we face, even in moments of doubt, we must never forget the many promises of Christ, continuing to walk in The Risen Way.
Humbly accepting Jesus’ invitation to change the way you think is the first step to leaving behind a life of disorientation and discovering the life you were meant to live.
To fish like Jesus, we may need to need to spend ample time eating with disreputable guests, going to where the people who need Him the most are located.
The Jesus Way of evangelism, which He demonstrated Himself, is for those who have been captured by the message of the Kingdom to invite others into it.
Whether we have little or much, it is our attitude toward God’s provision and our acknowledgment of our tendencies toward materialism that matter most in shaping our hearts toward money and possessions. Download The Map, a weekly study guide to help you consistently reflect on Scripture as you pursue maturity in Christ.
Spiritual Transformation happens as we do our cooperative work with the Holy Spirit to be internally transformed so that our automatic outward responses to life are in alignment with Christ.
The power to forbear and forgive others comes from abiding in the forgiving and affirming love of Christ.
Compassion is triggered by seeing what Jesus sees the Way Jesus sees it and responding immediately with the appropriate resources.
Hope was given, chains were broken, and the soul felt it’s worth because of that “O Holy Night!”
In spite of circumstances, a Dedicated Disciple should cultivate thankfulness through obedience, reflecting on God’s goodness, and rejoicing in Jesus’ saving power.
Adjusting our schedules to Kingdom Priorities and trusting in Jesus for our sufficiency are keys to overcoming the overwhelm of busyness.